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early morning mist

By mcginty
taken this week on acold frosty morning in scotland

Tags: Landscape and travel

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HSTONEY222 12 20 1 United Kingdom
18 Oct 2009 3:21PM

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HSTONEY222 12 20 1 United Kingdom
18 Oct 2009 3:22PM
18 Oct 2009 3:24PM
Lovely image - Chris
18 Oct 2009 3:32PM
super landscape.ray
18 Oct 2009 5:01PM
Tighter exposure control would make all the differnce to this image. If it's shot in raw it's easy to fix. Sometimes the compression can lose colour and detail.

CathR 13 151 564 United Kingdom
18 Oct 2009 5:59PM
There are some nice elements here Valerie. The frost on the hill, the mist rising and the colours of the trees. It would have helped though to have more foreground interest. There is too much grass area in the foreground before you get to the interest of the trees. I would have been tempted to get much nearer to the trees to make them more prominent in the shot.

Best wishes

studio96 11 50 United Kingdom
19 Oct 2009 10:36AM
Beautiful Autumn colours. I agree with Dougie. And I would crop the sky leaving a little just above the top of the mountain...

But well spotted and captured!
mcginty 11 1 United Kingdom
20 Oct 2009 10:24PM
Hi there folks,
Thank you for your input on my photo,I will take on board what you all have suggested,I write it all down in my notebook which i carry in my camera bag.So I can refer to suggestions on my trips.
Regards Mcginty
ptitcendrier 11 25
27 Oct 2009 7:18PM
hello, val
a very nice image you've got here, i love the atmosphere and the colors.
i thought i'd give it a try with a different crop; miptog's mod puts a lot of focus on the trees, but i, for one, liked the image as a whole. So i thought i could keep all the elements, but bring more focus on them. i also lightened up and warmed up the tones a little: first, there was a slight exposure modification (i played a little with the curves) and then increased just a little the red and the green, to make it warmer.
that's kind of it, i hope you don't mind Smile

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