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rnomis's Gallery Comments

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Rio sunset by rnomis

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 )

By: rnomis

Beach by wwandrag


With a bikini bottom like that it could only be Brazil!

By: wwandrag

Stag by mikepearce


When I see one, it is always looking at someone else!

By: mikepearce

In the woods. by rontear

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!

By: rontear

Dunvegan castle by skyepix

Dunvegan castle

Great composition, ugly castle!

By: skyepix

Three Cliffs Bay by dasantillo

Three Cliffs Bay

V2 is better but I would lighten the sea just a tad. Just a personal preference

By: dasantillo

Summer in Provence by JdeNLucas

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?

By: JdeNLucas

Mating Gnats by brian1208

Mating Gnats

Nice delicate shot. Not easy to take

By: brian1208

bluebells by vickib


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.

By: vickib

Children of Mocambique by fhp

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

By: fhp

Paddys Hole by Frank_Reid

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

By: Frank_Reid

Not so pretty now by Bodiewil

Not so pretty now

A great one for the lounge wall!

By: Bodiewil

Factory wall by Cor

Factory wall

Great textures, i like it!

By: Cor

Louvre by wamp


Very stark and moody. well worth the upload

By: wamp

hut and millstone by alfpics

hut and millstone

I like this. I think it would also look good in Sepia?

By: alfpics

Rannoch moor 4 by UBOAT

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


Slapton Sands before sunrise 2 by Richard_Downer

Slapton Sands before sunrise 2

worth getting up early! Dramatic shot, well done

By: Richard_Downer

Winters View by ringyneck

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!

By: ringyneck

A Winter Dawns by GrahamNobles

A Winter Dawns

Nice composition. I still think you were very lucky seeing some sun and brave to get up that early!

By: GrahamNobles

Scafel waterfall by rnomis

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!

By: rnomis

Great Moss by JohnParminter

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)

By: JohnParminter

The perfect wave? by rnomis

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!

By: rnomis

Ben Nevis 2 by rnomis

Ben Nevis 2

Thanks everyone for the constructive comments. Onward and upward as they say....

By: rnomis

Gentle Tide by JohnDyer

Gentle Tide

Usually, I try to clone out all the weed. It worked well for you this time!

By: JohnDyer

Help Needed by cult

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.

By: cult

Troon Sunset by pixelformations

Troon Sunset

Is that my golf ball I can see there?

By: pixelformations

Ben Nevis by rnomis

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

By: rnomis

Muckross by mattmatic


Great atmosphere Matt. Every time I go somewhere nice, it pisses down and all you can see is mist!

By: mattmatic

Dunstanburgh Castle by anthhope

Dunstanburgh Castle

Could have done with a little rotation clockwise but a nice photo

By: anthhope

No one Home by rnomis

No one Home

And I waited for 40minutes for the sun to come out!

By: rnomis