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Photo of the Day ~ Art & Abstract Category ~ August 07, 2010

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Reading Nook
by Deborah Koplen (DebbiK) FIRST POTD!
Nikon D-300
Doylestown, Pennsylvania
United States of America

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Amy B commented on August 07, 2010 07:59:
Congratulations on your win today! That is a very interesting picture and I really like it the black and white-the effect may have been lost in color. Nice work!!
Angela Irvine commented on August 07, 2010 08:31:
Beautiful composition and especially dramatic in black and white. A thoughtful and well done photo. Congratulations and welcome to the POTD family!
Stephen Elliott commented on August 07, 2010 14:31:
good work, congratulations
Linn Smith commented on August 07, 2010 17:54:
Congratulations on your first time win at PV...a beautiful image! The textures, patterns lighting are very effective and the use of b/w makes them even more pronounced! Welcome to the site!
Jane Mountain commented on August 07, 2010 19:55:
Very interesting POV and neat composition. Definitely looks like there's a story to be told...or read here. Big congrats on your first POTD!
Dov Oron commented on August 07, 2010 23:59:
very nice shot, and exemplary PP, a first potd is special, could you explain what you did? - here's to many more!
Deborah Koplen commented on August 08, 2010 09:23:
This shot was taken at Fonthill Castle in Doylestown, Pennsylvania. They do not allow photoraphry there, but I was prviledged to go on a private tour of the castle that did allow it. This is a high dynamic range shot. I took about 5 exposures of this scene and used Photomatix software to merge/tonemap them. From there, I desaturated the colors in Photoshop to derive at a monochrome image. I appreciate all the fine comments and warm welcome!
Patrice Cigallio Wesa commented on August 08, 2010 10:31:
I did not receive the opportunity to see this wonderful image yesterday, Deborah. Beautiful framing & light & so wonderfully done in B&W with very effective artistry & treatment. Many congratulations on your 1st lovely winner at PV & welcome!

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