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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
9 111 United Kingdom
17 Aug 2009 9:30PM
Love it and good luck

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challicew 8 1 1 South Africa
17 Aug 2009 9:37PM
Great photograph!
dark_lord Plus
12 1.8k 318 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 8 18 12 England
17 Aug 2009 9:51PM
Good luck!
Dave
frink 7 2 Ireland
17 Aug 2009 9:53PM
nice shot[ but you have it lable fine art nude?] best of luck
Coast 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
17 Aug 2009 11:35PM
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
FredF 9 1 France
18 Aug 2009 10:39AM
Superb view, well taken.

Fred
SueEley 10 279 96 Wales
18 Aug 2009 7:00PM
Congratulations.
NamVet17 7 1 United States
19 Aug 2009 2:11AM
Very dramatic. Beautifully done. Al
bzbee Plus
12 102 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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