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Other Worlds V... i have checked thoroughly and its not a duplicate, so another that skipped processing and uploading... probably didn't use it as its quite close to the others but anywho here it is.
Thanks to all those that clicked and commented on yesterdays upload and specifically to Kate (IrishKate) for her UA, it is very much appreciated.
Yes I think I prefer the landscape. I liked the portrait one, but the foreground rocks were a bit too dominant for me- I feel this has a better balance of forces, though I'd have liked it even more if you'd moved the camera just a bit further back from those rocks. Purely personal- I've still got a bit of a bad taste in my mouth from seeing so many Joe Cornish wannabees. Can't tell them apart, no individuality
Keep it going mate.
I especially like the colour range in this image Mark ! An excellent capture
nicely done Mark, i like the comp and tones.
Excellent, the 2 spears of rock taking the eye to the middle work well and the balance of light and dark is just right. Top work mate.
Dreamy, good choice of shutter speed. Si
wonderful exposure mark brilliant colour and light love the fg detail a cracker pal nice one
I was going to say the colours looked a bit over-saturated but my son has just looked over my shoulder and said that's how he remember's Cornwall! What do I know!! I would like to have seen that left hand rock in the left corner more though so perhaps a step to your right would have been in order. Of the two I prefer the more subdued colours and portrait format of yesterday's.
A well composed and colourful image!! I like it a lot!!
A lovely seascape with beautiful colour - I think the wide angle lens has distorted the horizon line a little.
I want to turn the image anti clockwise a tad but think there is way of sorting this in Photoshop Raw.
the experts will tell you or send me for new glasses!
Wonderful seascape sunset
Like the others I think I prefer yesterday's and I think that's because, as Dave says, this looks a bit oversaturated (even if it isn't!). There's certainly quite a transition between the blues of the FG rocks and the more russet colouring of the midground which gives a bit of an artificial feel. The rock in the water at the left is the star of the show and looks great!
Gorgeous tones Mark...absolutely superb.
Subtle, etherial, love it!
A stunner, Mark.
A Beautiful image with lovely colour
Another beauty Mark, I cant decide which one I prefer more......I think i'll plum for yesterdays portrait version as I prefer the more mellow tones
Stunning image! Congratulations!
Very nice curve into the left and great colours.
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