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  • Embrace

    Thanks Christine, and thanks Tanya. It is indeed infrared. There was detail in the sky too, but burning it out was a conscious decision (although initially an accidental one), just seemed to help pull the eye into the image better. I'll put a little back in for print though.
    • 28 Oct 2014 4:51PM
  • Footprints

    Thanks everyone for the comments and votes
    • 13 Oct 2014 7:50AM
  • Burning

    Quote:for me, covering up the bush on the right of the frame adds an instant "OMG" as opposed to (just Smile) a "Wow" response.

    Quote:if it weren't for that 1/3 of a dark tree/bush on the left. Try this with the crop and you have created sheer beauty.SmileWink

    Thanks Tanya/Annette, I did try it with the right hand bush cropped off, and then back on, and then off again. Thats why I was never really happy with the shot originally, I finally settled with it on there. Ive got the Sun too close to the left edge really, and it seemed to accentuate that when I cropped in tighter, but I take your point, maybe cropped would be better after all
    • 10 Oct 2014 4:45PM
  • Asylum

    Thanks for all the votes and comments everyone
    • 10 Oct 2014 10:25AM
  • Direction

    Thanks for all the votes and comments, much appreciated as ever.

    Quote:A touch of IR effect here, methinks...

    This seems to lack contrast a bit: I'd be tempted to dodge the lighthouse and possibly one or two otehr areas to brighten them, and give the whole shot a lift. The composition is lovely, and it feels as if it needs a bit of a tweak to make a really great shot - maybe my suggestion, maybe something else.

    It is IR as you thought, and point taken about the contrast, will have a play with that

    • 9 Oct 2014 8:52AM
  • Brushstrokes

    Thanks for all the votes and comments, all greatly appreciated
    • 7 Oct 2014 9:25AM
  • Rememberance

    Thanks for the comments and votes
    • 6 Oct 2014 8:02AM
  • A Really impressive portfolio. You have a real understanding of light and composition, look forward to seeing you're future uploads
    • Posted on platzy's profile
    • 10 Jan 2013 4:26PM
  • What a beautiful portfolio you have Katy. I love your woodland shot especially. Inspiring stuff!
    • Posted on katieb's profile
    • 8 Jan 2013 5:13PM
  • What a superb portfolio. A real master of landscape and light
    • Posted on jeanie's profile
    • 6 Jan 2013 5:31PM
  • You have a wonderful and varied portfolio, so many good shots on here, Im very envious!
  • Ah I can see why you liked my green image, what a wonderfully lush green portfolio you have! Lovely stuff
    • Posted on Chinga's profile
    • 2 Jan 2013 7:21AM
  • A truly stunning portfolio Chris. Looks like you've been to some amazing places and taken some amazing shots at them. Looking forward to seeing your future uploads
  • What a great portfolio. Some really great stuff in there
  • Easily one of the best portfolios I've seen on here. You're work is superb andy
    • Posted on andylea's profile
    • 27 Dec 2012 10:30AM
  • Great portfolio. You have a great eye for composition and the technical nous to capture all that lovely light
    • Posted on BIGRY1's profile
    • 26 Dec 2012 4:20PM
  • I love your portfolio, some cracking shots there