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a real impression of razor sharp rocks, you know that they are gonna hurt. Great detail, perfect blur, excellent shot

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Richsr 12 91 223 England
5 Aug 2011 5:10PM
Nothing wrong with that Paul.
5 Aug 2011 5:11PM
Lovely shot, I like the contrast between the sky and the rock Grin
Shellio 8 2 United Kingdom
5 Aug 2011 5:18PM
Fantastic image, great sky and depth to the rocks.
Shell
Ayoob 8 Australia
5 Aug 2011 5:36PM
Excellent shot with great detail ,colours.Grin
5 Aug 2011 5:55PM
Very nice mateSmile
youngwooly 12 1 England
5 Aug 2011 6:23PM
Can't knock that mate, cracking shot

Mark
derekhansen 11 210 24 United Kingdom
5 Aug 2011 7:27PM
Text book lead-in Paul and staggering clarity.
Derek
cassiecat 11 39 46 England
5 Aug 2011 8:31PM
love the s shape of the water and the colour of the rocks. lesley
Tynnwrlluniau Plus
10 112 38 Wales
5 Aug 2011 10:57PM
Lovely 's' shape lead to those razor sharp rocks and that colourful sky. Top notch.
Alun
Eviscera 13 1.1k 149 United Kingdom
6 Aug 2011 12:30AM
The "S" is a bit tight to the left edge maybe.

The horizons lines a little forced and a well odd black blobby thing going on on that hilltop left.

Still , the skyline draws the viewer right in Smile
pmorgan 13 217 13 England
6 Aug 2011 11:00AM

Quote:The "S" is a bit tight to the left edge maybe.


Yeah, have to agree with you there, but there was an ugly rock just out of shot bottom left Sad to be honest I nearly didn't post it because of it!


Quote:a well odd black blobby thing going on on that hilltop left.


The black blob is a grassy hill a huge distance behind the rock face, bit easier to understand in my previous posting, also looking here Rame Head might explain things a bit better Smile


Quote:The horizons lines a little forced


Can't help you there, you've mentioned before about one of my horizons looking "drawn", I guess that's what you mean again? I just take the shot and process it as a whole, never do anything special to the horizon. Maybe it's my sharpening technique?

Cheers all

Rgds
Paul
Eviscera 13 1.1k 149 United Kingdom
6 Aug 2011 3:58PM
Ello Paul !

Cheers for that Rame head link , explains all .

Its just that is does seem rather out of place in the weighting of the image. All those lovely browns , greens and blues flowing so well , and then a blobby black bit. Maybe a quick clone from the rockface over it might stop it being the lock Wink

There is a minimal halo along that top rock ridge at large view (pressed ctl +) but hey , I guess the perfect horizon line is an optical illusion , just it seems "drawn" to define it (which Im sure its not)

Anyways , its a quality image !

atb mate.

Dave
pmorgan 13 217 13 England
6 Aug 2011 4:54PM

Quote:There is a minimal halo along that top rock ridge at large view (pressed ctl +) but hey , I guess the perfect horizon line is an optical illusion , just it seems "drawn" to define it (which Im sure its not)


I think both of these are down to the sharpening Dave. I used to add a layer mask to my sharpened layer and go in with a really small brush and smooth out the halo, but to be honest I started to think that it wasn't worth the effort. However if there are a lot of people in the ctrl + brigade out there I may have to rethink things! Wink

Cheers for your observations Smile
Rgds
Paul
Eviscera 13 1.1k 149 United Kingdom
6 Aug 2011 5:36PM
Tis only the webby Paul , Im sure the prints look fab Smile

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