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millpond

By c40uk
the mill pond at hardcastle craggs, it was a still evening it was grey behind the mill but sunny above and behind ,and midges all over . a nice place to take some snaps , think i may have cropped it a bit too much ?

Tags: General Mill ponds

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Mike43 5 17 21 England
14 Jul 2013 12:54PM
No I don,t think you have crop it too much if anything maybe an additional crop to the bottom it will re balance the shot for me.
Other wise very well done.
Mike.

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boov Plus
3 2 United Kingdom
14 Jul 2013 1:23PM
super image this....
Term 10 86 9 England
14 Jul 2013 1:26PM
its tricky, I can see that you've maybe tried to get the same amount of the building in both directions, but possibly a tighter crop on the reflection may have balanced the image more ? Still a great image tho m8

Ben
DeSilver Plus
8 13 11 England
14 Jul 2013 1:28PM
Stunning image.


David.
banehawi Plus
12 1.4k 3457 Canada
14 Jul 2013 3:12PM
A very nice scene. It needs a clockwise rotation, not a lot, as it leaning backwards slightly. Its nice to get the entire chimney reflection in, though it would be nice to see more space at the top and bottom to be a little less cramped, - but it works.

Using the window frames as a reference for white, the mod, which is rotated, shows a different colour balance. There some cloning in done to make up for the rotation.


Otherwise nice clean image of a lovely scene.



regards


Willie
Like they said-- a stunning image! Just for fun I did a quick and dirty convert to b&w, and it does rather change the atmosphere!
c40uk 3 82 United Kingdom
14 Jul 2013 5:44PM
thank you all for the kind comments and uploads ,
mrswoolybill Plus
9 926 1462 United Kingdom
14 Jul 2013 6:21PM
Willie's Mod has addressed the problem of the tilt. Just remember that a reflection will always drop straight down from its subject, whatever angle it is viewed from.
Moira
pablophotographer 5 628 253
14 Jul 2013 9:28PM
Clear Nice picture. If you think you cropped it a lot is because you may be feeling guilty of taking of some more blue skies/water maybe?

I'd cut even more to make a square format out of it, crop only from the right, the building seen there doesn't have a window on its back wall facing us. The crop would have left a small portion of this auxiliary building and would display the mill towards one side of the square frame. I hope you would like this version also.
paulbroad 8 114 1033 United Kingdom
15 Jul 2013 8:59AM
Nice image. I think I might go even further and crop more off the bottom. I know that chops the reflection, but that is already very slightly the case. I think a more landscape format would balance better, and the loss of reflection is not an issue.

Paul

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