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The Roaches Lower Tier

By Coast
An image taken as part of the Photography Monthly Photographer of the Year round 2. Part of a 3 image portfolio that had to be submitted following the 4hr challenge in the Peak District to take the photographs.

Heard today I am through to the next stage and final 12 - and - my mini folio will be featured in the October Mag (out on 10th Sept). To say I am pleased would be an understatement.

Anyway let me know what you think as I welcome your thoughts and opinions as always.

Plus well done to BzBee (Linda) as I believe she made it into the final 12 too and to the rest of the finalists - good luck for the next challenge on the 4th Sept. See you there.

Paul

Tags: Architecture Landscape and travel

Voters: gorhug, shona, RobboB and 22 more


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RobboB Plus
9 107 United Kingdom
17 Aug 2009 9:30PM
Love it and good luck

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17 Aug 2009 9:37PM
Great photograph!
dark_lord Plus
11 1.7k 258 England
17 Aug 2009 9:39PM
I like the comkposition, with the rocks making a bold image, but tonally I'd give it a contrast boost with curves as the lighting is on the flat side albeit bright. However, that has meant there's a super amount of detail here Smile
fatherpie Plus
7 18 12 England
17 Aug 2009 9:51PM
Good luck!
Dave
17 Aug 2009 9:53PM
nice shot[ but you have it lable fine art nude?] best of luck
Coast Plus
8 1.6k 292 United Kingdom
17 Aug 2009 10:03PM

Quote:I like the comkposition, with the rocks making a bold image, but tonally I'd give it a contrast boost with curves as the lighting is on the flat side albeit bright. However, that has meant there's a super amount of detail here Smile


I forgot to change the colour profile on upload - the original is saturated a little more than appears on screen here - brings out the green and magenta on the rock. Also the colour in the sky comes out more - you live and learn and i will ensure i don't forget again.

The scene caught my attention as I saw the image of a giant stone man laid back against the hillside - does anyone else see it or is it just me losing my mind!

Thanks for the comments to date and the good wishes.

Paul
Really beautiful landscape with loads of detail and points of interest at all distances - and you've covered the contrast issue - really nice image
David
18 Aug 2009 10:39AM
Superb view, well taken.

Fred
SueEley Plus
9 279 96 Wales
18 Aug 2009 7:00PM
Congratulations.
NamVet17 6 1 United States
19 Aug 2009 2:11AM
Very dramatic. Beautifully done. Al
bzbee Plus
11 102 3 United Kingdom
8 Sep 2009 10:02PM
congrtulations on a fine shot, Paul - and good luck for the rest of the competition!!!

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