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based on yesterday's comments I've amended Kilchurn Castle again - what do you think? Many thanks for your comments and advise. Isabella
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I prefer V 1 where you have retained the f/g but just cropped a bit off the right to take the Castle off centre stage: I am less keen on V 2 and 3 where you have lost the mountain top. But V 1 is an improvement compositionally.
Each a cracker! Great light and compo! Congrats and regards, Nezih.
4 superb shots.
You have created quite a different feel with V4 Isabella. The castle is perhaps a little overexposed but it sits nicely in the landscape with the mountains/clouds arranged well behind. There are some aspects which do not fit into the "rules" like the castle is fairly central and the tree is quite near the edge of the frame but it hangs together well somehow. I like the shadows of the trees in the foreground.
In V1 - 3 you have nice light on the castle making it a lovely golden colour. I like V3 with just the small clump of trees and the castle but excluding the top of the mountain is a pity. Sometimes it is difficult to get that perfect combination!
Thanks very much for your comments, I've got even more to think about now - Regards Isabella
I particularly like version 4 for the light and shadows in the scene.
Like the capture of light on the mountain top and lovely composition in V1 very well done on the set
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