The third image in my black and white architectural photography set is a picture of the Chideock Manor Church photographed for the architect Andrew Stone.
The image was taken on my Canon 6D, with my Canon 17-40mm lens.
This is what I did in Nik Silver Efex Pro to the image I gave to my client three years ago.
The preset I went with was "Full Spectrum Inverse"
I liked the look of it.
Then I did the following tweaks in Nik Silver Efex Pro.
Brightness - 12%
Dynamic brightness +15%
Structure – highlights +100%
Vignette lens fall off 2
Burn edges – All Edges 1
Time – 3 minutes
Which gave me this image which I like a lot.
For completeness here is the last edit I did of this picture, one of my favourite photographs in my architectural photographer collection.
And this is the RAW file
Thanks for reading my latest architectural photography blog post, and please call back to my blog tomorrow at http://www.rickmcevoyphotography.co.uk/blog for my next black and white architectural photography picture.