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Chapel Remains. Liked the long shadow.
nice shadows good light
Very good. Like the shadow.
Did you use any of your grads on this shot?
I did but not effectively. Bit burnt out isnt it.
Like it - lovely composition but the sky is too blown out.
Lovely composition with the long shadow!
To help you out Jonathan this picture is great capturing but it needs a good printer to make a good output. As long as you will shoot almost against the light and I will agree with this technique it will come more difficult to print. First you need to bring out the sky and we call it burning in and even the trees on the left side. when you are dealing with this situation and there is more than one f stop in defference between the sky and foreground you need to trick the exposure by putting gradual natural density filter, Or take two shots one for the sky and for the ground and later you will merge them on the computer.
Thanks Mario. I did have grad filters but didn't use them effectively. I wish I had taken two different exposures and merged them. Will try again at this location another time. Cheers.
Grads apart it's very well composed and the sheep is a nice touch.
Trying to work out where it is?
It here Keith. SK 233 834 (roughly) near North Lees, Bronte cottage to south, Near Hathersage. Thanks for the comment.
This one caught my attention. What a beatuful compostion. Well done!
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