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cdm36 12 391 7 England
30 Mar 2010 6:55PM
Love it Smile

Chris.

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BillyGoatGruff 9 191 199 England
30 Mar 2010 6:55PM
Another beautifully ethereal vision of Scotland, Den.

Putting the gorgeous 3D light aside, I think yesterday's was actually a better composition. The f/g rocks seemed to fit the frame more harmoniously, especially against the distant mountains. Here the left f/g seems a tad empty in comparison.

Although I really don't mean to take anything away from this - I'd have been extremely pleased to have bagged this! Smile

Cheers
Bill
sut68 Plus
12 2.0k 76 England
30 Mar 2010 7:03PM
I tend to agree with Bill here Den [shhh don't tell him Wink]

Light aside, the composition of this one has brought the two central rocks together and I'd like to have seen some space between them if that was at all possible. I appreciate that the composition would probably be a little more compromised, but they just niggle me a little too much here.

Even so, if I get any half as good as this then I'm sure I'll be well chuffed Smile

Paul
Brilliant mood image.
Will.
TheShipsMast 10 24 United Kingdom
30 Mar 2010 7:39PM
both very good.. not sure I could chose between them tbh....
Jalapeno 6 127 2 Iceland
30 Mar 2010 7:53PM
Wow...lovely job!!
Dennis_Bromage 9 45 20 United Kingdom
30 Mar 2010 7:56PM
Bill / Paul. I do see what you mean and it isn't ideal having the central rocks intersecting as they are. I think the thing that bugs me about the previous image is the big gap in the middle, it just looks too open and empty. In this one I feel like the rocks lead you into the image a bit more.

Neither is great to be honest. I tend to work very slowly and things happened very quickly on this evening. I was like a kid in a sweet shop running around wanting to grab everything but ultimately made a mess of them all because of my lack of composure. Lesson learned hopefully Sad
dandeakin 8 209 3 England
30 Mar 2010 8:14PM
I think this is the better composition, as you say the rocks lead your eye up to the light. Very nice
30 Mar 2010 8:19PM
Wonderful light in this image. Lovely..........Sandy
RonnieAG Plus
6 153 116 Scotland
30 Mar 2010 8:31PM
I shall not compete with the above comments re. composition but what I like about this shot is the ethereal quality it has as a result of the long time exposure - both the cloud and sea movements have come out so well. Generally however it is a much cooler image than the last one, but I still like it very much.
Ronnie.
30 Mar 2010 8:50PM
Absolute belter of a shot. The light and atmosphere it creates are spot on. Well captured. Chaz.
30 Mar 2010 9:20PM
Excellent Dennis.
shandoor 7 1 United Kingdom
30 Mar 2010 10:06PM
Beautiful image
Alexa
alansdottir 7 60 7 United Kingdom
30 Mar 2010 10:42PM
I love the curious serpentine rocky lead... grand stuff, Den. Carol
lesliea 6 2 Australia
31 Mar 2010 1:47AM
Very nice image.
Cheers Allen,
dmhuynh72 8 44 3 United Kingdom
31 Mar 2010 2:52AM
Yesterday version has a better balance of composition Den, as Bill pointed out there is some empty space on the f/g left side of this image.

You're right about everything happens so quickly with seascape photography, plus your lens/filters getting wet too.

regards
Yung
31 Mar 2010 8:53AM
Wonderful image !

Chris
watters66 13 75 Scotland
31 Mar 2010 11:36AM
Lots of atmosphere in this photo of a great location.
Stewart
31 Mar 2010 12:01PM
I like it Den. Sure there is empty space to the left but there is subtle texture in the water created by the long exposure, the light on the Cuillins is special and I love the clouds. Was this with the 10 stop filter?
Dennis_Bromage 9 45 20 United Kingdom
31 Mar 2010 12:15PM
Hi Paul. No it was only a 3 stop. ISO 50, F16 & 20secs. I'd been using a 6 stop earlier but with the heavy clouds over head it was actually quite dark so the 3 stop was enough at this stage. It was also really windy so 20 seconds was enough to blur things nicely

I'd have liked to try a 6 or 10 stop but there was an almost constant stream of drizzle so it was almost impossible to keep the filters clean for 20 seconds never mind a few mins Sad
martinl 12 265 2 United Kingdom
31 Mar 2010 4:07PM

Quote:was like a kid in a sweet shop

No matter how composed and calm I intend to be when setting out from home, when that light comes, it's back to headless chicken mode!!
Smile
31 Mar 2010 7:55PM
superb!
JohnParminter 9 1.3k 14 England
6 Apr 2010 11:28AM
Got to like this one as well, I wonder if you kept the left side in because of the light source?
12 Apr 2010 10:05AM
Again! Stunning! These would make great backing comps for fantasy film! Freeking super good!
12 Apr 2010 10:08AM
Yes, looking at V2 you suddenly see that V1 is washed out, a little more punch really does the trick!

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