This was taken when my good friend Craig was over in Bulgaria last October, in the same abandoned factory as this shot. I did try and produce a colour version, but, for one reason or another, couldn't come up with something I was happy with. In the end then I switched to black and white and concentrated on bringing out the detail. I'm fairly happy with how it turned out, but do let me know what you think.

And if you read my previous entry, just skip over this next bit as I'm repeating myself. If not, read on ...

In other news: if you'd be interested in some one-to-one training (either at our Blackpool office or at your own location in the UK) – on photography, post-production, or both – I now have some confirmed dates when I'll be back in the UK to provide training:

Thursday 10th February
Friday 11th February
Saturday 12th February
Sunday 13th February

Thursday 24th March
Friday 25th March
Saturday 26th March
Sunday 27th March

If you think you might be interested please email me [djn1 AT chromasia DOT com] or Libby [Libby AT chromasia DOT com] for further details.

And finally, don't forget that our 25% discount offer on our Photoshop tutorials ends at midnight on the 7th (i.e. tomorrow). Further info here:

http://www.chromasia.com/tutorials/online/

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