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  1. For no particular reason (except for keeping myself occupied and out of trouble) a picture of the China garden at Biddulph Grange. Made in AD (and a little bit of APh) to look like it's cut paper and card. Based on some rather poor photos took in 2012. I must go back (when it's not raining this time). The original was made at 5x4 to fit A2 paper. I'm pleased with the way the lettering came out. A nice bold font (Andre Heavy), with a Layer fx Bevel/Emboss Inner and Fill opacity set to zero.
  2. Empty space ... ... filled! Last week we paid a visit to Shugborough, Staffordshire, an eighteenth century house and former home of photographer Patrick Lichfield, owned by the National Trust. The Room of Imaginary Landscapes has several enormous paintings fitted to the walls depicting, well, imaginary landscapes. The paintings are being taken down for conservation and cleaning; they are well over two hundred years old, after all. One has been removed from its mount and is resting on a stand while it waits to be taken away, and I took the opportunity of photographing it ... which was easier said than done! At about ten feet by eight, and with only a small space to work in, I had to take three photos and stitch them, then do my best to restore the result to a straight-sided rectangle with the Mesh Warp Tool. Next I cleaned up the result by increasing the saturation and contrast and one or two little tweaks; if I had the patience, I might have done a lot more and fixed those water stains, for instance. Here's 'before' and 'after' ... And all that remained was to distort the finished image to fit the gap in the frame, using the Move Tool.
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