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Montserrat

By eremitenj
My attempt to show montserrat with its old buildingd and modern roads on stilts.

Tags: Road Mountain Special Architecture Monastery Amazing Rail Stilts

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banehawi Plus
12 1.5k 3554 Canada
17 Oct 2013 9:08PM
Its a nice tourist shot of the famous monastery. I could see this in a travel magazine.

My eye is drawn immediately to the featureless white cloud in the upper middle, - I would suggest removing it.

The 10mm lens has of course introduced some distortions, and they can be corrected is you like to. Ive done so in the mod, and also dealt with the sky in the modification.

Scroll up, click the modifications tab, and view large.


Enjoy the site,


Regards



Willie

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paulbroad 9 117 1074 United Kingdom
18 Oct 2013 8:12AM
Yes, it's that cloud! A very nice record image with good composition, but that cloud is a killer. It would clone out.

Paul
pamelajean Plus
10 969 1845 United Kingdom
18 Oct 2013 4:27PM
Hello, Norman, and welcome to EPZ.

I have to agree, that white cloud was the first thing that caught my eye, so I class it as a distraction from your image. There wasn't anything you could do about it at the time of shooting, but it can easily be removed afterwards.

You have filled the frame with interest and used the roads as lines to lead the viewer's eye through the scene. Lines are not only a good way to lead the eye into and through an image, but they can also help emphasize points of interest, and give an image more depth.
Your viewpoint is excellent and gives the scene quite a dynamic perspective.

Pamela.

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