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Nash Point

By mrarth  
Another from Wednesday.
The under exposed shot from a bracketed set, chosen as it had more contrast. Exposed for the suns highlights on the rock, 3 stop ND from the left.
My concern is that it looks obvious where the filter was used.
Cropped as rock in bottom was too dark & heavy.
I'm travelling today, so will not be able to add comment until this evening.

Cokin 3 stop soft ND

Comments appreciated.

Tags: Landscape and travel

Voters: Mari, Se7enUK, ian walker and 14 more


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Se7enUK 10 114 England
13 Jul 2005 11:25PM
Great feeling of size here Smile

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ian walker 11 716 United Kingdom
13 Jul 2005 11:29PM
think i must be grad blind - i cant see any obvious fault, like the sense of scale,
tigerminx 11 237 South Africa
13 Jul 2005 11:57PM
Like the crop, looks perfectly fine to me.
Bruce.
ericfaragh 12 132 1 United Kingdom
14 Jul 2005 12:03AM
It does give the impression of two light sources, one hidden behind the cliff. Nice compisition.
Ghostrider 10 54 United Kingdom
14 Jul 2005 12:46AM
Nice shot, good composition and a stunning sunset I like the way the light has also been highlighted slightly on the rockface.

I to am unable to see any obvious intrusion from the filter.

Mark
Maddie 11 2.7k 2 United Kingdom
14 Jul 2005 12:57AM
lovely shot
Shaun_W 11 102
14 Jul 2005 3:17AM
A lovely, well composed shot. I don't think the fact where the filter is used has detracted from this.

Shaun
mattw 12 5.2k 10 United Kingdom
14 Jul 2005 4:15AM
Like the pamaramic format.

Don't think the filter use is tooo apparent at all. If you feel thr need to tweek, then select the brighter areas of the sky on the right hand side, and feather by 100 (to give a nice smooth transition), and adjust the levels slightly.

Mattw
mcsimeyb 11 100
14 Jul 2005 4:25AM
Its amazing the colours you retained in the rock on the right hand side. A wonderfully composed image too

Simon
mrarth 11 12
14 Jul 2005 10:17AM
THankyou very much for the feedback, maybe I'm seeing things, but still think the sky is a tad light on the right. Mattw, thanks I may give it a go, although my wife thinks I am looking for it because I know the grad was left to right.
Regards
Andy

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