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storm in ireland

By freda
taken on the west coast of ireland may 11

Tags: Wildlife and nature

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freda 6 United Kingdom
3 Jan 2012 8:35PM
didnt realise i could only add 1 photo per there a way round this

regards Freda

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Jestertheclown 9 7.7k 252 England
3 Jan 2012 10:14PM
I think I'm right in saying that you can upload sixteen images initially to get your pf. off the ground, after which it becomes one a day.
banehawi Plus
13 1.8k 3866 Canada
3 Jan 2012 10:25PM
One Critique a week, and one image a day after youve built your PF. There may be a time limit for you to load your first lot, - might be passed. Ask in the forums, or contact one of the moderators. You can find them on the home page, where the staff and contributors are listed.

Quite a dramatic scene. Storms on the West coast today also. It may look better with a little more contrast, - will upload a mod.


freda 6 United Kingdom
4 Jan 2012 8:37AM
whaw Willie!

that has really brought out the picture lots better than the original one, it looks so much better, what photo suit did you use, i only have the one that came with my canon camera, or is that all i need.

thanks for taking the time to help me with this.

banehawi Plus
13 1.8k 3866 Canada
4 Jan 2012 2:46PM
Whats software do you have, - is it DP Pro? If so, its for RAW images, but might work with JPEG. I use Photoshop, and the version I have is CS5. Photoshop is the general standard for editing, and you can purchase Photoshop Elements at a relatively reasonable price.

Theres free editing software like Irfanview, Pxlr that will do the basics like contrast.

freda 6 United Kingdom
4 Jan 2012 10:45PM
yes its DP pro, i was just looking at the one you suggested and i am able to get it for 35 on line.

thanks for your help Willie

regards Freda
dans107 12 19
4 Jan 2012 11:06PM
I'm not sure what's at the top, out of the shot, but I think for me this would work a little better with less sea.

The photo does grow on me (and I do like it!), but at first, the sea seemed a little overpowering to the overall image.
freda 6 United Kingdom
4 Jan 2012 11:18PM
hi dans107, it was a very high cliff and we were right at the bottom, sea level, the storm that was rageing made the far cliffs very misty, the sea just fasinates me and the brightness that can be seen on the waves just looked like a someone was shinning a light through the dark clouds..

thanks for all your comments on the photos

regards Freda

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