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Please indulge me for a short while as I am still trying this technique and getting some results I am fairly happy with. Look great in the original [pre EPZ] file.
Another of the Stalker series but a different composition to those uploaded previously.
All comments +/- welcome ... yes, even you too Rob LOL!!
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Lovely and detailed!!
Nice all the way through.
The perspective in this is delightful.
Great composition, good foreground interest.
full of drama.......wonderful...
A lovely feel to this image and I really like all that foreground interest!
Cheers guys, I think this technique works on certain subjects and this is definitely one of them. Thanks for your interest.
Another cracker from you, from up there. Love the composition.
Thanks Ali, glad you like it and thanks for your time.
The brighter line of seaweed helps to take your eye into the picture. I like the bleached effect - works well with the weed and the rocks.
Excellent quality shot Paul, love the tones.
Superb shot Paul and composed to perfection. I have a slight niggle about the brightness of the rock in the middle foreground though as I find it pulls my eye back from the castle.
great shot, like it
Thanks Robert, Alan, Dave [I take your point, maybe it is a fraction too light] and Cole.
Cheers you guys!!
Definitiely works, nice moody overall image with the foreground light leading to the water and castle...have to agree with Dave about the brightest fg rock.
The seaweed in the foreground leads the eye straight to the castle. Good one.
Full colour please! sorry.
Cheers Jan and Phil.
Rob, d'ya mean the full colour version original, mate??
Great comp. I would have probably tried to get that rock more to the front/bottom of the frame and missed the nice lead-in of the seaweed. I think it works really well. I also like the mood in this too!
Cheers Mark, I did get one with it further to the bottom and you do miss that weed lead-in, but it still works though.
PS: Rob, don't apologise fella, it's your preference and that's fine with me!!
A very good 30.
Cheers ... would be if you clicked David LOL
Superb mood Scotland to a T. As good in colour, viewpoint, composition spot on. Ron.
Not uploaded a mod Paul, but had a quick look in PS and feel that this would be strong and moody as a B&W.
I'd just do some work to lose the halo at the top of the castle. But then as you know I'm a perfectionist )
the limited range of tones work well to set the atmosphere in this excellent composition
Cheers Ron, much appreciated.
Thanks Cheryl, I have already converted this to mono prior to 'adding the colour' as this is part of the process, and you're right it does look strong. Will have a look at the halo it's not there on the full size version, just an artifact from sharpening by the look of it!! Thanks for your time.
Cheers Sandra glad you lke it.
Good shot,fabulous comp and muted colours.
Ta Andrew, thanks for looking.
What a stunning composition, love that light coloured rock in the foreground
Cheers John ... as for the rock, some people think it's too light which maybe I agree with, but to tone it down too much would be to lose it among that kelp, so it stays [for now].
Excellent composition.The tones on the seaweed are superb particularly in the large version.
Thanks a lot Tom - take care!!
Much prefer this version, just to be awkward!
Cheers your 'awkwardness' LOL [me too!!]
Like it, excellent work.
Cheers Martin and thanks for your comment on the mono version too.
A fine composition and colours, a great series
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