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Our feature image was taken in the front garden of the house of my parents, one of my father’s pride and joys, taken on one of the brighter and more beautiful days here in Scotland, something we are in short supply considering the weather.

But on this day we travel to the other end of the problem totem pole and there was too much light for a normal image, I had deliberately waited until the sun had disappeared behind clouds before I set up to take the photo but the cloud cover didn’t last in time.

I decided that changing the colours at least gave me some detail in the shot, the effect is Sepia colours replacing the originals.

I was thinking of applying a straight black and white effect for the image but being that there was too much light in the first place, it would still have had too much white have looked out of place in my opinion.

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Photographer at www.MajorImago.co.uk
One of my loves of photography is that no two photos are the same, whether water, land or air even fire is forever changing, light is forever altering the landscape, that shadows are constantly on the move, the same image can never be captured twice…my favourite effect is shots with a water surface reflection…See staff page for more…
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