I’m trying to understand what makes images that stand out for me unlike this one and whether this is the same for everyone.
I have many photographs of old buildings in the cathedral town of Cluny in various states of repair and a range of finishes – this one seems to stand out. Is it because I took time to cut out all perspectives and cropping in on detail rather than getting the whole house, is it the colours or the shear ordinariness of the subject?
This poster is produced from a photograph and uses technologies operating on the Apple platform. Like any image produced with software it is easily adjusted within the parameters that the particular software uses in processing and in the level to which this is mixed with the original to produce the final project.
Different versions will be following this to illustrate what is possible.