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rnomis

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  • Sunrise Serenity

    Lovely view and comp. I bet you were glad you didn't go up this weekend!
    • 6 Dec 2015 7:54PM
  • Rio sunset

    Should have said this was taken from the top of Sugarloaf (at 5:25 not 8:25 as I forgot to change the time on the camera Smile )
    • 26 Nov 2015 12:46PM
  • Beach

    With a bikini bottom like that it could only be Brazil!
    • 30 Jan 2013 9:26AM
  • Stag

    When I see one, it is always looking at someone else!
    • 17 Jan 2013 4:36PM
  • In the woods.

    If you go down to the woods today.... Great shot. Maximun zoom maybe? Don't want to get too close, they're not spring lambs!
    • 11 Apr 2011 9:47AM
  • Dunvegan castle

    Great composition, ugly castle!
    • 11 Apr 2011 9:44AM
  • Three Cliffs Bay

    V2 is better but I would lighten the sea just a tad. Just a personal preference
    • 11 May 2009 12:17PM
  • Summer in Provence

    Nice scene but feels a little cold - perhaps warming it up with a filter or colour balance in Photoshop would sort it out?
    • 11 May 2009 12:04PM
  • Mating Gnats

    Nice delicate shot. Not easy to take
    • 11 May 2009 12:02PM
  • bluebells

    I didn't get a chance to see the bluebells this year. Now I don't have to!
    Thanks for your comments on my pics.
    Simon
    • 8 May 2009 10:46AM
  • Children of Mocambique

    You're right, just a little lightening in the face would make a difference. Perhaps just a little dodge in Photoshop ort use the Shadow/Highlight on the shadow
    • 7 May 2009 8:40AM
  • Paddys Hole

    I think I would have shot this from about six inched to the left as I think there is a bit too much blue paint in the foreground
    • 23 Apr 2009 8:06AM
  • Not so pretty now

    A great one for the lounge wall!
    • 23 Apr 2009 8:02AM
  • Factory wall

    Great textures, i like it!
    • 23 Apr 2009 8:01AM
  • Louvre

    Very stark and moody. well worth the upload
    • 23 Feb 2009 12:37PM
  • hut and millstone

    I like this. I think it would also look good in Sepia?
    • 12 Feb 2009 11:10AM
  • Rannoch moor 4

    Is that a bit of sun I see? Better than the lakes over the weekend! Works well and would like to see a larger version
    • 12 Feb 2009 8:54AM
  • Slapton Sands before sunrise 2

    worth getting up early! Dramatic shot, well done
    • 12 Feb 2009 8:51AM
  • Winters View

    Very moody. nice shot. I never seem to get the right amount of sun when I travel to find some snow - always cloudy and dull!
    • 11 Feb 2009 11:38AM
  • A Winter Dawns

    Nice composition. I still think you were very lucky seeing some sun and brave to get up that early!
    • 11 Feb 2009 8:15AM
  • Scafel waterfall

    It started snowing as I reached the ridge so I turned left to the summit and then along the corridor route. a long 2 1/2 hour treck back to the Wastdale Head pub!
    • 10 Feb 2009 8:10AM
  • Great Moss

    Nice atmosphere,. I was up Scafel yesterday - a bit different; more snow less sun. Have to take what comes traveling up from Brighton! -(uploads this week)
    • 9 Feb 2009 4:58PM
  • The perfect wave?

    A plastic bag round the camera body and used my body to shield the lens from the wind and spray. I use a Crumpler bag for the rest of my gear which is fantastic.
    Also, I can run pretty fast when I have to!
    • 14 May 2008 9:42AM
  • Ben Nevis 2

    Thanks everyone for the constructive comments. Onward and upward as they say....
    • 14 Sep 2006 8:12AM
  • Gentle Tide

    Usually, I try to clone out all the weed. It worked well for you this time!
    • 19 Jul 2006 6:47AM
  • Help Needed

    Alternatively, double click on the thumbnail name 'Background', accept the default name 'Layer1'. You can then use the distort tools without the marching ants distracting you.
    I have done my best with this using a mixture of perspective, warp, skew and distort. Trial and error really until it looks right.
    Better to use the higher end of the lens at around 50mm and get a bit further away. You can always crop in a bit later.
    Simon
    • 22 Sep 2006 6:50AM
  • Troon Sunset

    Is that my golf ball I can see there?
    • 20 Sep 2006 2:26PM
  • Ben Nevis

    I had a problem with this shot as the sky was over exposed and the mountain was under exposed. Always a problem when shooting into the sun and I wasn't about to truck a tripod etc. up a mountain! I processed two versions in Capture Pro and mreged them in Photoshop. Then I added a virtual ND filter and touched that up a little. The mountain layer was set to 'Luminosity' in PS and I added a cool filter and a colour adjustment layer to tone down the colours a bit.
    OK, so it still needs some work but I like it Smile
    • 13 Sep 2006 7:07AM
  • Muckross

    Great atmosphere Matt. Every time I go somewhere nice, it pisses down and all you can see is mist!
    • 21 Sep 2006 6:45AM
  • Dunstanburgh Castle

    Could have done with a little rotation clockwise but a nice photo
    • 6 Sep 2006 7:04AM