Derwent Reservior

By Fefe
Thankyou everyone for yesterdays C&C on my upload "Playtime"Grin
Still playing with the camera and my editing by using aperture priority and not overdoing the processing............... This was taken yesterday afternoon at Derwent, the sun came out eventually for a while, but it was hazy a lot of the timeTongue
Be glad of your comments and constuctive critisim as alwaysSmile

Tags: General Derbyshire Derwent Landscape and travel Wildlife and nature

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Alvar 11 23 2 France
15 Mar 2012 5:55PM
Nicely composed and good colour FefeSmileSmileSmile

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Briwooly 12 452 5 England
15 Mar 2012 6:03PM
Lovely spot well composed

CarolG 11 199 20 Greece
15 Mar 2012 6:06PM
A beautiful scene, well captured. Carol
Sky72 6 1 United Kingdom
15 Mar 2012 6:08PM
Good composition and great contrast in colours
Leilani 13 29 3 England
15 Mar 2012 6:17PM
Lovely peaceful location by the looks of it Diane. Lovely Smile
Richsr 11 91 223 England
15 Mar 2012 6:55PM
Like your comp and the light in this Diane, good tones too
Regards Richard
15 Mar 2012 6:59PM
Composition is excellent, good tones and light, a fine image.

Jasper87 Plus
8 2.0k 150 England
15 Mar 2012 7:31PM
Simple but effective composition Diane. Well exposed and some good diagonals. The only thing I might suggest is cropping a bit (maybe up to a third) off the left. All the 'action' is on the right and it may balance the image a little (just a thought)

andylea 9 37 1 United Kingdom
15 Mar 2012 7:36PM
wonderful comp diane brilliant colours and light a belter nice one Wink
saeidNL 8 3 Netherlands
15 Mar 2012 7:52PM
It is a very good composition and the presentation is grand
Shellio 7 2 United Kingdom
15 Mar 2012 9:58PM
A nice fresh image with great contrasting colours.
PaulLiley 9 2 13 United Kingdom
15 Mar 2012 10:21PM
I like the variety of colours and the position of the tall trees. paul
franken Plus
15 4.6k 4 United Kingdom
16 Mar 2012 8:43AM
Lovely scene here.

achieverswales 7 8 101 Wales
16 Mar 2012 10:09AM
Hi Diane, I like the composition and the exposure, but you have used the auto mode on this capture! The exif info tells us that the camera has got it wrong. It has set the aperture at f5 this is not good for landscape work! You need f11 or above preferably f16 to f22 to get good depth of field, it has also set the ISO to 64, 100 or 200 is excellent for these types of shots with no noise, and would still allow you a shutter speed fast enough to hand hold, as I know you do not have a tripod YET, BUT I KNOW YOU WILL GET ONE! If you look at the ripples on the water you will see that the sharpness only reaches a small way into the frame before becoming blurry, in landscape work it is important to get sharpness from front to back, you will get there as you are eager to learn. This is only my opinion and only trying to help you.



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