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Ben Wyvis From Loch Droma

By Duncan1960
I got this image on Saturday, not a breath of wind and some nice wispy clouds. This was my 1st day out with my new tripod and remote switch, hope you can see the result?.

Tags: General Landscape and travel Wildlife and nature

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dwarf Plus
8 52 United Kingdom
22 Oct 2009 10:09PM
lovely sky,composition and colour.
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sparklep Plus
9 146 1
22 Oct 2009 10:59PM
Well you took a very beautiful shot, and keep going and bring us some more beautiful photo's like this.
23 Oct 2009 1:46AM
Fantastis shot I really like it
The only thing I would add to it is by using the burn tool to darken the sky a wee bit to make the whole image stands out, as it appears now is abosolutely fantastic but the sky seems to bright and if you darken it slkightly it would be magic

That is just my opinion only
Nickscape Plus
9 708 9 England
23 Oct 2009 1:12PM
Ive had a good look at this shot and it does quite fit together nicely, i think the bottom left corner is too crowded and there needs to be a little space between water and grass. The sky is fabulous but i think the land could do with a little exposure just to even it up with the sky. Ive done a workshop with following:

-Rotated a little to the right
-Made a new layer for foreground and used levels to brighten & shadow/Highlight tool at 15% to just bring out the shadows a little
-Cropped horizontally a little and then extended canvas to make shot taller.
-Cloned a little of the vegetation out to increase the amount of water between bottom of frame

Nick
Firstly, thank you all very much for your comments, i got quite a boost in confidence after i came back to see how it was going. Thanks again.
Nick i agree totally with your critique, as soon as i saw it up there i knew vegetation was a little dark!, the mod looks great!!

Thanks once more...D;

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