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Loch Etive II

By jasonrwl
Another from Lorn Quay on Loch Etive.

v2 with mast cloned as very helpfully suggested by Dave (whiterose1) and Kate (Irishkate).

Thanks for looking
Jason

Tags: Scotland Loch etive Landscape and travel

Voters: buxton, taggart, Len1950 and 17 more


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taggart Plus
12 47 13 United States
21 Apr 2012 6:04PM
Super composition-- Love the ropes to the ring!

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21 Apr 2012 6:24PM
Well composed and detailed shot Jason.

Len
Great lead in Jason... Like the F/g interest...
NeilWigan Plus
6 13 15 England
21 Apr 2012 7:30PM
well composed shot Jason,good detail and lead.
WhiteRose1 Plus
6 1.6k 148 England
21 Apr 2012 8:08PM
Looks rather damp. Great lead in Jason. Might have cloned the very top of the aerial so it doesn't go out of frame.

Dave
Irishkate Plus
6 38 102 United Kingdom
21 Apr 2012 8:22PM
Yes agree with WhiteRose1 about mast. Otherwise a lovely image taken at good angle with great f/g interest. Loks very bright - would be easy to overexpose but you've got detail on boat.
KateGrin
Ade_Osman 13 4.5k 36 England
21 Apr 2012 9:05PM
Is it worth tying this shed up, or are the ropes just to stop it from sinking? Tongue

The biggest problem with the shot for me Jason is the reflections/highlights bouncing off the water surfaces, especially the puddle! Even though the weather was cloudy a circular polariser set just right would have kept these under control, so much so it would have virtually eliminated them as well as added contrast to the cloud and helped saturate the colours. They're quite expensive I know, but for shots like this I wouldn't be without them......Great effort again all the same....

Ade
jasonrwl Plus
6 1.1k 10 United Kingdom
21 Apr 2012 9:10PM

Quote:Is it worth tying this shed up, or are the ropes just to stop it from sinking? Tongue

The biggest problem with the shot for me Jason is the reflections/highlights bouncing off the water surfaces, especially the puddle! Even though the weather was cloudy a circular polariser set just right would have kept these under control, so much so it would have virtually eliminated them as well as added contrast to the cloud and helped saturate the colours. They're quite expensive I know, but for shots like this I wouldn't be without them......Great effort again all the same....

Ade



Thanks very much Ade - you are absolutely right and the annoying thing is I had one with me!
Ade_Osman 13 4.5k 36 England
21 Apr 2012 9:32PM
Tut tut tut.....Shame on you, hang your head in shame Tongue

AdeWink
danmclean 10 1 Australia
22 Apr 2012 3:58AM
Nice shot, great composition. A little more of the atmospheric sky and maybe a polarising filter to cut out the whiteness on the water and this would have been perfect, hope you dont mind me saying,,
danmclean 10 1 Australia
22 Apr 2012 4:00AM
Sorry , I meant to also say, if you had got further down to the ground to the tie ring then more sky would have been gained,, still a superb shot... well done..
CaroleS Plus
6 424 3 United Kingdom
22 Apr 2012 7:30AM
Well composed shot Jason (such a shame you forgot the filter)Smile Carole
Niknut Plus
6 1.3k 69 United Kingdom
29 Apr 2012 11:59AM
Ooer !!.....missed this beauty !

Cracking shot !....nice strong composition, with lovely rich colours.....& I think the reflections are an intrinsic part of the image; I like 'em !

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