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Ben Klibreck across Loch Naver - Sutherland

By nirofo
Ben Klibreck across Loch Naver - Sutherland. photographed as the sun came out briefly after a stormy Autumn day.

Tags: Landscape and travel

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Steve-T 11 56 66 England
25 Jan 2013 10:50PM
The sunlight contrasting against the dark mountain and sky makes this an appealing scene - the thumbnail definitely drew me in for a further look. I guess if you are loading in this gallery you are looking for something more than - great light! A more critical look identifies a few distractions: the large white cloud area at the top; the light coloured rock on the lower centre and the larger bush on the left. It is possible with a crop to remove all of these to make a more clear focus on the subject - the dark mountain and highlighted trees. I'll try it on a mod in a minute. On the processing side some might say it is slightly over processed but that is a matter of taste - I think I see a sharpening halo above the mountain for example. Hope that helps. Steve.

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Mike43 7 18 21 England
26 Jan 2013 10:03AM
Nice enough landscape, with good exposure for the clouds which is the only point of interest. Generally Steve-T has nailed it with his above comments and Mod.
salopian Plus
6 3 27 United Kingdom
26 Jan 2013 11:15AM
The thumbnail looked brilliant and full size didn't disappoint. Having done a lot of hill walking in days gone by, I am always drawn to to mountain scenes and ,as presented, this is very good. However, Steves comments are spot on and his mod lifts this image to the outstanding level. Excellent

paulbroad 10 123 1244 United Kingdom
27 Jan 2013 12:02PM
A generally nice image of it's type. For me, the problem is that nothing actually lifts it above that level. Nice lighting, good composition and pleasant to look at.


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