Shadowed WPC

This week's WP challenge – shadowed- has given me reason to think whether I may be guilty of too much editing. The first shot above- taken over the New Year while in San Diego- is a case in point. I was tempted to use adjustment brushes to remove the dark shadows and give greater clarity to the installation. I am glad I left it as I think the dark shadows do bring something to the shot. The day time shots of this installation called Unconditional Surrender can be viewed here.

I think this sunset off the west coast of Guernsey is similar- the dark shadows of anonymity attract rather than detract from whole shot. Hope you agree.

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Hello! I’m Anne and it’s a pleasure to have you look in on my little food blog. As a Thermomix user for more than 10 years and an advisor I can tell you the tips, tricks and greatness of this kitchen wonder. Most of the recipes have Thermomix instructions but please dive in - a sponge is a sponge, and pastry can be made traditionally (but why would you?) I am a keen amateur photographer too, so if you’d like to see what I’m up to please visit my other Instagram page @vannilla

9 thoughts on “Shadowed WPC”

  1. Thank you so much for taking time to comment. I’m relieved to know I’m not alone in wanting brush away shadows 🙂 thanks for info- I realised it was based on a reunion which had been photographed and was blown away by the size and detail of it. Anne

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