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Mill at Langstone

By RoseTeal
The mill is now a private residence - it's a lovely walk from my mother-in-law's place around the sea front to Langstone near Hayling Island. Added bonus is the much-photographed pub, the Royal Oak, which is just a few yards from the mill - the real ale is pretty good as well.

Tags: Sunset Sea Mill Hampshire Langstone Landscape and travel

Voters: paulb20, phototime, helenlinda and 17 more


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Comments


6 Sep 2007 9:54PM
Like the way the white paint stands out on the mill and also how the nice light in the sky appears to reflect in the water.
Paul

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phototime 10 8 United Kingdom
6 Sep 2007 10:02PM
Excellent shot,lovely composition and excellent light.


Mo.
helenlinda Plus
9 344 22 United Kingdom
6 Sep 2007 10:05PM
Lovely composition
Like the sky very much
Feel the foreground could possibly benefit from a little more light - just a personal view though.
Helen
BlindLemon 9 226
6 Sep 2007 10:42PM
Terrific shot. I also feel a touch more light to the left foreground would improve it still further.
ellenib 12 1 United Kingdom
6 Sep 2007 11:08PM
I like the composition and colours,looked at ur P/F lovely varied images,keep it up.

Niels
csr 9 3 England
6 Sep 2007 11:36PM
Great shot F/G ?
Chris
Graysta 11 1.1k England
7 Sep 2007 7:02AM
Echo the veiw about the left foreground,love the colours well balanced.


Graham
imagio 10 12 1 England
7 Sep 2007 10:15AM
Excellent composition

Bernie
Cabit 9 104 England
7 Sep 2007 11:39AM
Really nice shot, like the P/F too.
Dave
7 Sep 2007 8:42PM
Hi all

Thanks for the helpful comments. You're all very encouraging.

Cheers

Rose
paulsteds 12 123 England
8 Sep 2007 8:15AM
Hi Rose. This is a decent capture however, I have to agree with Helen. You could provide more detail in the shadows by using Natual Density Graduates (NDG). These would also give you more control of the sky (bright areas). A nice varied portfolio.
Paul
8 Sep 2007 10:53AM
Hi Paul

Thanks for that and for your kind comment.

That's really helpful - I'm just dipping my toes in the water and have loads to learn.
Cheers

Rose
13 Sep 2007 9:49PM
This is a nicely composed shot, Rose.
Stephen
fentiger Plus
15 916 23 England
13 Sep 2007 10:28PM
Very good composition. It has already been mentioned about the foreground. You could try a Highlight and Shadows adjustment in PS to lighten that area.

Albert
13 Sep 2007 10:29PM
Cheers Steven - have had a look at your portfolio - love your images of Dorset and Portland - one of my favourite parts of the country!

Rose
13 Sep 2007 10:34PM
Thanks Albert - really appreciate the helpful comment - learnt how to straighten tonight - will have a crack at your suggestion tomorrow.

Cheers

Rose
bayleaf 9 8 United Kingdom
14 Sep 2007 9:52PM
I love this picture rose, especially the way the water reflects the sunset in the right hand corner. Glad to come across your portfolio. John.
15 Sep 2007 6:17PM
Thanks John - you are all so nice!

Cheers

Rose
16 Sep 2007 6:16PM
Beautiful use of the last bit of light, nice image,
Johanna
16 Sep 2007 10:03PM
Thank you Johanna. As a novice I really appreciate the helpful comments.

Rose

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