Mortuary for souls lost at sea in Saltburn-by-the-sea.
First, the geometry in this shot is crucial; the building must be wholly true. There can be no convergence of the verticals nor any apparent pitch nor skew. The juxtaposition of the regular human construct with the rolling organic hill demands geometric precision.
Mid-tones have been pushed high in the exposure lattitude with the shadow region somewhat expanded. This not only gives a smooth tonal gradient but also increases the seperation of the background from the sky and main subject. This composition of tones enhances the graphic nature of the image, which is wholly in keeping with the organic versus inorganic arrangement of the object composition. We pretty much generally think of image composition in the two dimensions of the viewing canvas. Here we see tonal compostion lends us that much needed third dimension.