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Derwentwater Keswick

By AdrianP
Taken looking south on a winters morning

Tags: Derwent Landscape and travel

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Leilani 11 29 3 England
6 Feb 2012 9:22PM
Nice composition, colours are a bit muted, contrast could be more defined IMO, this image could really stick out with a bit of a warmer or cooler tone as you have the snow in the background. Smile

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paulbroad 8 113 1012 United Kingdom
6 Feb 2012 10:09PM
The foreground is rather too bright I think, but the exposure is spot on for the background. which looks very nice. There are rather too many posts for my liking without any flow of planned composition.

Paul
CathR 9 151 564 United Kingdom
7 Feb 2012 10:37AM
I like the muted colours and agree with Paul that the background looks good. I also agree with him about the posts - they seem like an obstacle course that I need to get round rather than leading me into the picture.

best wishes

Catherine
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6 1.2k 68 United Kingdom
7 Feb 2012 4:16PM
Lovely shot !!!....great 'wintery' feel to it, from the blue tones....& a nice depth created by the 'landing-stages' contrasting
with the distant hills.....works for me...top notch !!!
mhfore 9 6 176 England
10 Feb 2012 3:02PM
Hi Adrian,
First off you have captured a good subject here and to be fair there's not a lot wrong, most of it is down to personal opinion, such is the eye of the beholder. While I understand why you like the movement in the foreground water somtimes you have to sacrifice a bit to improve the image, as you will agree there is an area of the water that is too bright. If you look at the mod, I have reduced the water but increased the sky as this holds some detail also I have altered to tones a touch. Remember Adrian, always take images that please you. Grin

Martin

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