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Katie_S 16
24 Aug 2006 10:07AM
i love this picture, it looks so dramatic!
Katie
oppo 16 6 2 Scotland
24 Aug 2006 10:26AM
Yes it's got to be viewed large. I do like the dark sky with the little white puffy ones on the horizon line. There is a nice open space feel to this one.

Phil
rosie42 18 7 Australia
24 Aug 2006 10:33AM
Thank you Katie and Phil - appreciate your encouragement and feedback ...

Colin - thank you so much for taking the trouble to prepare a mod; my PS skills are pretty basic ... have no idea about dodging and burning (yet) lol! Thank you once again ...

Susie :o)
Keelo 18 18 Australia
24 Aug 2006 10:37AM
Very moody light Susie, great shot.
User_Removed 17 4.9k England
24 Aug 2006 10:50AM
A terrific capture, I like it a lot. I've been searching the archives for the thread on the sharpening technique Thread Dodging & burning brushes are in the PS palette. Dodging pick a brush size, start at a low % it lightens anything you brush over.....Burning brush darkens the same way. Best to use then on a layer to preserve the original. There'll be a tutorial in the Techniques section. Good Luck
Col
rosie42 18 7 Australia
24 Aug 2006 10:57AM
Hi there Mark - grateful for you dropping by ...

And thank you again Col for your helpful advice and the thread reference; it's really very much appreciated ...

Susie :o)
C_Daniels 17 399 10 England
24 Aug 2006 11:04AM
Interesting - like the feeling of space...
Nic_WA 17 179 2 Australia
24 Aug 2006 11:15AM
Hi Susie - you're making me want one of these lenses! I didn't fully appreciate this one until I opened the large version. Great drama in the sky but it's the waves crashing in the clearing in the clouds that really makes this for me. The seagull's a nice finishing touch too Smile
Done a bit of a mod (I never do mods usually but this one inspired me) - just playing really!
Nic
Tandberg 19 1.2k 2 England
24 Aug 2006 11:31AM
Lovely colours and that sky adds nice drama!!!

Lovely
Dave
24 Aug 2006 1:25PM
You have framed the buildings very well with the rain laden clouds and the golden sand. Lovely contrast of colours.
John
John_Humphreys 16 69 2 Ireland
24 Aug 2006 2:25PM
Susie - you've succeeded in producing a very dramatic and brooding landscape image here. The sky in particular is very dramatic and this effect is helped considerably as it dumps heavy rain showers in the distance. The buildings in the middle of the picture, being bathed in light, create a nice contrast to the sky. Finally, there is just about enough foreground interest, in the sand, diagonal pond of water and bird to scrape by. All in all, an excellent picture. John
piccy 16 8 Wales
24 Aug 2006 3:55PM
A first class image - great stuff. Love the moody sky..... I could write a book I thinkWink
24 Aug 2006 8:15PM
Very good!! You really see it at its best large. The paterns in the sand, the blackback budgy on the beach but the dinger that does it is the cloud formation on the 'orizon.

Really grand work.
redstag 16 100 15 United Kingdom
25 Aug 2006 12:21AM
The town in the distance looks other worldly, wonderful light.
lynsfiona 18 5
25 Aug 2006 6:14AM
Stunning capture, definitely needs to be seen large!!! Lyns x
User_Removed 19 39 6 Scotland
25 Aug 2006 1:20PM
Now that is a timing.
Luv victor
Mari 18 1.8k United Kingdom
25 Aug 2006 8:13PM
Superb, Susie, what wonderful light and clouds, talk about being in the right place at the right time

Mari Smile
kinfatric 17 550 9 Scotland
25 Aug 2006 8:27PM
a rather special moment caught here Susie
rosie42 18 7 Australia
29 Aug 2006 4:10AM
Thank you Caleb, Nic, Dave, John, John, Freda, Phil, Jon, Lyns, Victor, Mari and Kin! Grateful for your valued impressions and encouragement ...

Susie :o)

PS Oh and in the interests of accuracy, they're fluffy white clouds on the horizon ...
PatrickSmith 17 1.2k 2 United States
3 Sep 2006 3:23PM
I like them both but this give you a better idea of the sweeping view in front of you. This one is more grand and the other one is more artistic. Good idea to get both!
Patrick
rosie42 18 7 Australia
3 Sep 2006 11:34PM
Cheers Patrick!

Susie :o)

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