A few more for the Legion – what a fantastic idea!
First a nice Victorian one – they’re always so pretty. Lightly layered with a vignette.
Next a church door – can’t remember where – with some ornate almost celtic/saxon metalwork.
Next, a reversal of the ‘darkening levels’ technique (see previous post) where the highlights are pushed into the midtones to give a washed out effect, keeping just the essentials of the image.
Not strictly a door – more where a door was then boarded up in a run down part of town.
This final one is a particular favourite as it was my first sale – ‘Murder Ballad’ by Jane Hill.
Here’s the cover – note all image rights are owned by the publisher.
Taken on all sorts of kit so I won’t bore you with the details.
Thanks for looking – there should be some nice Christmas wreaths on doors to shoot over the next few days!
Great images Rob. Have reblog get to the Legion.
Thanks Adrian (for the comment and the reblog)!
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Interesting photos, really like them.
Do love that rusted bolt and latch for the bookcover ! and the steps leading up to the door image…. I could spend all day experimenting like this 🙂