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Five Fells

By Ingleman    
I was walking in the Lakes recently and had the blessing of fine weather for the whole week. I have always felt that a scene is difficult to portray in a single image simply because of the scale of the landscape. Here I have photographed a mountain called Blencathra, (not Saddleback, please!) from a southerly aspect, trying to catch the early morning winter light. One of my efforts in 'pano' imagery, it shows four of the five fells which make the mountain so unique. (Gategill Fell, Halls Fell, Doddick Fell and Scales Fell- Blease Fell is out of shot to the left. Depending on the feedback to this image I might upload more. Thanks for looking!

Tags: Landscape and travel

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banehawi Plus
11 1.4k 3422 Canada
28 Feb 2010 10:10PM
I think its a very nice shot.


I think the tree at the rhs is a little intrusive, especially with one of the branches nearest the lens being blurred, so Ive removed it in my mod.

Otherwise just some curves, saturation increase and a little contrast.


Regards



Willie

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Ingleman 9 9 4
1 Mar 2010 8:35PM

Quote:I think its a very nice shot.


I think the tree at the rhs is a little intrusive, especially with one of the branches nearest the lens being blurred, so Ive removed it in my mod.

Otherwise just some curves, saturation increase and a little contrast.


Regards



Willie



Many thanks Willie, I agree about the tree but was in a tight spot where I couldn't go past the hedge to eliminate the intrusion.

Nice to hear from you,

Cheers.
Andy
newfocus 10 644 2 United Kingdom
1 Mar 2010 9:38PM
I like the overall scene but it seems a little under exposed. The curves adjustment already suggested should help with that, or you can do a quick fix by dragging in the right hand slider in levels. It looks worth the effort to get that right.
Ingleman 9 9 4
1 Mar 2010 10:12PM

Quote:I like the overall scene but it seems a little under exposed. The curves adjustment already suggested should help with that, or you can do a quick fix by dragging in the right hand slider in levels. It looks worth the effort to get that right.


Thanks!

Andy
PaulLiley 7 2 13 United Kingdom
22 Mar 2010 1:27PM
Love the light half way up the fell side and the cloud on the tops adds to the atmosphere. Know the area well and I'd say its a great effort. More please. Paul
Ingleman 9 9 4
22 Mar 2010 8:37PM

Quote:Love the light half way up the fell side and the cloud on the tops adds to the atmosphere. Know the area well and I'd say its a great effort. More please. Paul


Thanks Paul...more to come.

Andy

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