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Evening Light

I have not been out much recently, so another shot from the epz meet a couple of weeks ago.

This shows Fulking / Perching Hills which are quite a well photographed composition.

Ideally I wanted to show a bit more of the sky but cropped it out, in camera, as at this moment in time was a bit bland.

Tags: Digitally manipulated Fulking West sussex Landscape and travel Escarpment South downs national park

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great shot, love how the light catches the edges of the humps Smile

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saeidNL 6 3 Netherlands
8 Sep 2010 7:55PM
wonderful colours and light love the framing a beautiful capture,well done.
8 Sep 2010 8:03PM
Loverly atmospheric the light.Well photographed..JT
achieverswales 6 8 101 Wales
8 Sep 2010 8:03PM
Nice work!


Sweep 10 43 England
8 Sep 2010 8:15PM
Superb light well caught.
W1ldside 6 29 United Kingdom
8 Sep 2010 9:03PM
Marvellous Golden countryside and bathed in sunshine
8 Sep 2010 9:05PM
Excellent light and fab comp.
Bonico 6 Romania
8 Sep 2010 9:08PM
Nice colors and light, good capture!
Lovely light. I may suggest slight cropping; on top to take away that little piece of sky and on the bottom to take away the lower bushes/trees (visible bottom right)...just a thought. Cheers, Mark.
Sezz Plus
11 617 15 England
8 Sep 2010 11:31PM
I like the light and shadows Jeff and the layered effect that they create. I understand that the sky was bland so would agree with Mark above about cropping out the little piece at the top - actually also the small strip along the bottom, almost a letterbox presentation. It would in my opinion really accentuate the shape of those rolling hills Smile

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JJGEE 11 6.8k 18 England
9 Sep 2010 12:11PM
Smile Surprised by the interest in this.
Thank you all for stopping by and the comments.

The suggestions re- cropping are interesting, will have to have a longer look later tonight ( taking a quick 5 minute browse during my lunch break at work ! ! )
JJGEE 11 6.8k 18 England
9 Sep 2010 7:52PM
Following the constructive comments about cropping I have spent the last hour experimenting with the crop tool in Lightroom.

The suggestions were good and give a different "feel" than what I saw at the time.

One can go on forever but for me personally:

1) cropping out the sky works better than I thought, so a tick for that Smile

2) cropped the right to exclude the bright reflection off of the electricity wires

3) sorry folks... I still prefer the strip of dark at the bottom acting as a "base" for the brighter field so would only lose the foreground field and keep / use the next line as the crop base

Now I am just waiting for the 500mm lens to be released later this year then I can do the cropping "in camera" Wink

Anyway enough of my ramblings but thanks again to everyone for taking the time to comment with the useful feedback
Juliee 10 382 4 England
13 Sep 2010 11:30AM
From the thumbnail I thought this was one of mine, then realised I haven't uploaded that picture yet!

This is a great viewpoint and the light on those hills is just wonderful. I agree with cropping out the sky and I also like the darker trees in the bottom of the frame.
JJGEE 11 6.8k 18 England
13 Sep 2010 5:45PM

Quote:From the thumbnail I thought this was one of mine,

It must be a masterpiece then Wink

Or did I swop your card with mine ? Best you double check !

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