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Further Upper Padley

By RipleyExile
This is a little further upstream from my previous upload. It is on the moor about halfway between Padley Gorge and the next bit of woodland.

1/40 sec
f16
-1 exp. comp.
iso 100
18mm

Comments and critique welcome.

Thanks.

Tags: Peak district River General Derbyshire Moor Padley gorge Padley Landscape and travel Upper padley

Voters: derekv, Glostopcat, scouseterrier and 10 more


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Comments


derekv 9 3 England
14 Sep 2007 10:41PM
Beautiful shot, great water movement.
Derek

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14 Sep 2007 10:47PM
great colours. Good composition.

Dee Smile
14 Sep 2007 10:51PM
Great image

Graeme
C_Daniels 11 399 10 England
14 Sep 2007 11:01PM
Think you need a polariser on the water...?

A nice reminder of our day though Smile
Hop-A-Long 9 52 England
15 Sep 2007 9:46AM
Great composition. Love the colour.
Andy
MalcolmS Plus
11 1.2k 13 England
15 Sep 2007 6:17PM
Great tranquil scene Alex

Malcolm
iajacks 10 24 England
20 Sep 2007 12:45PM
like the intence detail in the forground water.

well done ian
digicammad 13 22.0k 37 United Kingdom
24 Oct 2007 12:42PM
This is a reasonable Summery shot with decent colours but for me it is missing that extra something which would make it really stand out.

I can see why you wanted to include the cloud but I actually think it is stronger with just a small amount of sky. That would put the little cascade up above the centre, where it would have more impact.

The cascade itself doesn't have a lot going on and is getting a little lost in the distance. I would be tempted to ignore those particular foreground rocks and move onto the next two, bringing the cascade closer. If you couldn't get that close you could try zooming in on it in landscape mode, then cropping into square format.

Another thing to try is a much longer exposure (if you have ND and/or polarising filters, which would make the water show up more.

Finally, with regard to presentation. I find landscapes tend to work better against black (or sometimes white) backgrounds rather than the mid tones.

HTH

Ian

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