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Roseberry Sunset II

By stephenscott
Well following my last upload on Roseberry Sunset here another one taken about 20 mins before my last upload.

Thanks for all comments and votes on past uploads

Kind regards


Tags: North yorkshire General Roseberry topping Gribdale Landscape and travel Nikon d40 Night and low light

Voters: Paul_R, Imagephotographics, Mick_Clayton and 8 more

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29 Jul 2010 4:49PM
Beautiful image Stephen


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Dennis_Bromage 10 45 20 United Kingdom
29 Jul 2010 5:00PM
Hi Stephen. I've looked at this and yesterdays upload and both are really nice compositions but personally I couldn't live with the amount of flare caused by shooting straight into such a powerful sun, which there is absolutely nothing you could do to control. I would have either waited until the sun was behind a cloud (if they were dense enough) or waited until it was crossing or had crossed the horizon. That would have eliminated the flare and also made the contrast levels easier to control with a grad or two Smile
TrevBatWCC Plus
9 12 11 England
29 Jul 2010 5:12PM
Well, I like it with the flare! Works for me Steve.
TrevB Smile
29 Jul 2010 5:13PM
beautiful image
andylea 9 37 1 United Kingdom
29 Jul 2010 5:26PM
a beauty stephen and that sky is just stunning nice one Wink
barbarahirst 9 27 12 United Kingdom
29 Jul 2010 6:20PM
I also like the flare
Dennis_Bromage 10 45 20 United Kingdom
30 Jul 2010 9:39AM
Hi Stephen. I just read my comment from last night and sorry I think I might have come across a bit harsh or possibly even rude. I wasn't trying to say I didn't like the images I was trying to say that I think it has enormous potential Smile

I was up here myself on Tuesday night and faced the same problem. The light & view was amazing, to look at but was physically impossible to photograph. I tried a few shots panned more to the right to keep the sun out of the frame and cast a shadow over the front element to stop the flare but this was very restrictive compositionally. I'm going to go back at sunrise which I think might work very well. I'm guessing you don't live too far away so maybe you could try the same or go back on a night when there is a bit more cloud to hide the sun???


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