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Win Hill rises up from the plateau in snowy black and white.

By Dan_Scape      
Win Hill rises up from the plateau in snowy black and white.

Tags: Black and white Landscape and travel

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Niknut Plus
5 1.1k 68 United Kingdom
26 Nov 2012 4:32PM
Ooooo....simple, but rather beautiful !!!!.......sure looks bleak across that moor ??

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paulbroad 8 108 988 United Kingdom
26 Nov 2012 7:02PM
Stark image looking very cold. You have managed to just keep detail in all the whites. I wonder about adding a slight blue casr? Dead easy providing you have retained the image in RGB format. Whilst it is very personal I would have loved a tiny figure in the distance.

Paul
Dan_Scape 4 4 United Kingdom
26 Nov 2012 9:35PM
Thanks for comments Paul with regards to the blue cast the original image does have a blue tint to it but i desaturated to get the B&W. Also in terms of the tiny figure in the distance if you look close enough there is a walker coming down the face of Winn Hill albeit they are too small to make out as a figure so could have done with someone on the path.



Quote:Stark image looking very cold. You have managed to just keep detail in all the whites. I wonder about adding a slight blue casr? Dead easy providing you have retained the image in RGB format. Whilst it is very personal I would have loved a tiny figure in the distance.

Paul

paulbroad 8 108 988 United Kingdom
29 Nov 2012 8:30AM
For me, Yes. Otherwise it is a good record and the peak is the centre of focus and your composition. Figures are arguable. I like something strong to focus on and, for a shot like this, that would be a figure.

Paul
wynn469 6 112 Wales
28 Jan 2013 10:20AM
Nice composition great lead-in to the horizon. Its difficult with this sort of soft light but the sky could be darkened and darkening the corners to hold the eye in the image.
29 Jul 2013 12:54AM
Looks very cool and refreshing and very well done. =)

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