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Scotch Mist

By barral  
Taken early on recent morning near my home. Actually a composite of 2 images. One on top of other to provide much wider view than my 24mm setting could. The top half of the image was 2 images blended into 1 so that I could retain detail in the sky.

Tags: Landscape photography Black and white


paulbroad Plus
12 131 1285 United Kingdom
27 Mar 2016 7:00PM
For me, a much better image than your last one. A more satisfactory range of tones and a fine coposition. I am a bit old fashioned, and whilst I applaud experimentation I thibk certain images require more conventional treatment, often landscapes.

Nice shot and your processing is, this time, not apparent.


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dark_lord Plus
15 2.4k 599 England
27 Mar 2016 8:59PM
I admire the work put in to your last image.
However, I also prefer this. More drama and mystery for a start. That's helped by the stronger contrast. Your processing has brought out the best in the composite parts, well done.
I like mono landscapes and misty scenes do lend themselves to this treatment, but I would like to see what the colour version has to offer. It could be reminiscent of 'The Lost World' or it could be one of those where the colour is nothing to write home about and mono works best.
dudler Plus
16 973 1536 England
28 Mar 2016 8:43AM
Your description doesn't give me a feel for how this really looks: that is probably my understanding of digital processing as much as anything (or lack thereof!)

The perspective certainly looks very credible, and the overall result is rather lovely.

I wonder a bit about having both the lit heather in the foreground and the middle-distance tree in the middle: my mind wants to try out the view a few feet either side, and maybe backwards and forwards a touch. And you may well have done that.

The tree on the left looks as if it may be quite significant to the composition.
Otinkyad 16 2 7 United Kingdom
28 Mar 2016 10:25AM
I can't add much to what has already been said, but I suspect that the icing on the cake with this image would be the detail, which is not visible at this resolution, but which would be with a large print.


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