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A wonderfully captured expression.
It's a bold move going for a blue tone.
There's lovely low sidelighting that really brings out the textures of the boat and the shingle.
Nothing to add to what's already been suggested. It just shows what you can do from your starting point. You should get some great results going back to work on your full size image (but working on a copy, of course). That's the advantage with shooting RAW, you always have the basic image to go back to when you need it and there is a lot more flexibility in how you process it and bring out detail. You may not like or feel comfortable with RAW, but it is beneficial for shots like this. Use it, even if only on such occasions.
Again, no issues with technique. I agree about cropping the lamp, it adds nothing.
I too am a science graduate and enjoy science fiction. Dr Who and Star Trek both spring to mind here.
There's nothing wrong with using higher ISO and geting some graininess on misty days if you like the effect, and it's an effect that does suit such weather.
I like the warmer tones, and as the angle of light looks lower it's in keeping.
This is a beautifully detailed capture, and the exposure looks decent. The leading edge of the wing and part of the bird's back have lost detail. Not detrimental to the image though if you'd shot RAW you may well have been able to recover some density.
Welcome to epz from me too.
It reminded me too of a brain.
My first thought was what lovely light you've captured here. There's good detail and colour in the sky as well as the land.
My initial thought was there is a lot of foreground, but that patch of yellow refelction in the blue reflection of sky really makes the image. Remove it and the whole is less interesting.
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