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GHGraham's Gallery Comments
Fantastic sense of scale; makes the Sound seem even bigger. Cracking part of Scotland with some of the best beaches & scenery in the world. Beats anything on the pompously named English Riviera with its fruit machines and fish & chip shops.
Green halo is most likely caused by chromatic aberation of lens or extender.
Brightness of moon is surprisingly variable depending on phase, atmospheric conditions, distance from earth etc.
Beautiful light & perfectly timed. Placment of tree canopy is perfect. I wonder about that sky though? Moody? Yes. Interesting enough? Not sure. Might I suggest taking half of the sky out and taking another look at what's left.
The sloping horizon actually adds a slight tension in relation to the tree on the left so "fixing" it would remove this sense which would make the image weaker not stronger.
Looks like there was at least 1cm of snow which brought the city to another embarrassing standstill.
ok, I am particulalry fussy when it comes to geography. Rannoch Moor is not in the north of Scotland. It covers mostly Argyll & Lochaber. And Glencoe runs east west into the sea at Ballachulish which is on the west coast.
Refreshing viewpoint across Loch Slapin. I particularly like the composition & the suggestion of the movement because as you describe, it was rather windy.
Ansell Adams is an overrated American who shot a lot of rubbish but eventually found his form in Yosemite & on the Snake River. Then again, a blind person could shoot a decent image in Yosemite & Snake River.
Beautiful metallic feel to this. The colours look very natural and the tonal range is sublime. I bet you cant see any of it this morning.
I find photographing trees in Scotland quite the challenge. We have such a scruffy central belt; hedges, street furniture, choppy woods, man made forests etc.
Timing for votes if that's the objective is key. Upload when the couch potatoes are glued to Eastenders will yield a poor return.
Inspiring work ... must get down there & have a go myself.
Probably well known spot where you are from but I've never seen this before so gets a vote for originality.
I dont know how you catch the dynamic range.