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Adam_H 12 62 United Kingdom
27 Feb 2009 2:05PM
Nice silhouette image, well captured and comp is spot on as well. The light and shaded areas are balanced up very well to.
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maryg 11 66 18 Scotland
27 Feb 2009 2:15PM
Love the position of the figure , whole shot nicely composed and love the lighting
sneal 13 6 7 United Kingdom
27 Feb 2009 2:35PM

Quote:Nice silhouette image, well captured and comp is spot on as well. The light and shaded areas are balanced up very well to

Couldn't have put it better myself!

Riyaz 11 5 United Kingdom
27 Feb 2009 3:49PM
Lovely shot! great colours and composition! well done!
DOGSBODY 11 1.4k 30 England
27 Feb 2009 4:25PM
A very good silhouette with more sky than land and the figure strategically placed. Nice one. Andy
Gaz_H 13 150 1 United Kingdom
27 Feb 2009 5:16PM
Ditto Dogsbodies comment - figure is spot on and the grass breaks the horizon nicely to the left.
27 Feb 2009 6:40PM
RockArea 13 18 3 United Kingdom
27 Feb 2009 10:00PM
Lovely colours and all the elements work well together.

JohnH37 13 1 United Kingdom
28 Feb 2009 10:12AM
Great silloetting and an amazing sky.
TrevBatWCC Plus
12 13 16 England
28 Feb 2009 10:16AM
Lovely image, Kay, nice silhouette and colourful sky.
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sparklep 13 146 1
28 Feb 2009 1:50PM
Lovely silhoueette.
fwatts 12
28 Feb 2009 11:44PM
a well composed shot kay love it loads xxx frank
Mewinty 12
1 Mar 2009 9:10PM
Fab shot, well captured. Melissa
2 Mar 2009 4:57PM
Great sky and colours
Regards Lee
DJLphoto 11 6 England
2 Mar 2009 5:41PM
Great silhouette!
Nicely captured colours too!

IFIMAGE 12 143 Wales
2 Mar 2009 10:21PM
Like this a lot...

Lou_Pink 11 4 6 Northern Ireland
9 Mar 2009 2:23AM
beautiful shot, the type I hope to achieve with time and practice
Andrew_Hurley 14 71 73 United Kingdom
9 Mar 2009 7:22PM
Hi Kay,

Sunsets are a nighmare for digital cameras, I've tried it a few times and my whole camera back flashes like a beacon at me (telling me my highlights are burnt out). I'd advise you to invest in some grad greys or grad Neutral Density filters to kill that bright sun and get some more detail back into your foreground.

Your eye always goes to the brightest part of the picture, which in this case is the sun, when really, you would want to look at other more interesting elements in the scene such as the rest of that beautiful sky or the lone figure on the right.

This is probably taken a couple of hours before sunset, due to the height of the sun, so it may have been worth popping back a little later so that the sun is not quite so high or intense. I would also crop some of that foreground out, leave some in as a base and you will have a stronger image.

I hope this helps,


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