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JouŠo 14 56 Finland
12 May 2006 2:47AM


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Sheenanigans 12 13
12 May 2006 2:55AM
I like the idea of the setting sun not being central
allanC 12 21 Scotland
12 May 2006 3:03AM
Nice image, good composition and great sky.
GillyB Plus
13 317 8 United Kingdom
12 May 2006 3:09AM
Lovely tones and light, excellent capture of the clouds!
rhion 14 35 United Kingdom
12 May 2006 3:19AM
Very subtle and not OTT which makes a highly relaxing image Susie.
Shame that on the large version (which is gorgeous) the sharpening(?) has caused such a distinct line along the top of the hills. You could blur it out I suppose but you can easily see past that and appreciate the beautiful scene.
Fine shot Susie.
rosie42 13 7 Australia
12 May 2006 3:23AM
Thank you Jouko, Sheena, Allan and Gill for dropping by - very much appreciate your kind feedback ...

Hi there Richard - grateful for you taking the time to view and provide your valued impressions, thank you! Will revisit the shot and see if I can achieve a better result. Thank you once again ...

Susie :o)
12 May 2006 4:27AM
what a beatiful scene. Really love the colours and subtleness of the lighting. totally exquisite.. like silk on the skin.
tmann 13 4 2 United States
12 May 2006 4:59AM
superb shot and such a lovely scene!
Great one!
xinia 13 54
12 May 2006 6:28AM
very muted and silvery tones for a sunset Susie - but it has a very distinct appeal to it
Rob_Taylor 14 661 5 Wales
12 May 2006 7:45AM
Lovely calm, subtle, understated image in the smaller shot but the horizon halo on the large version spoils it a bit.

gringoninjo 12 56
12 May 2006 11:57AM
Whatever you have done to that sky is fantastic, well done.
A little advice on the sharpening and halos that people have mentioned. What looks right in photoshop and the like, and even in print, is messed up slightly when it goes through servers on most websites. It's not your fault, it's theirs. Something about the way it's compressed. It's best to only upload unsharpened pics to compensate this.
Give it a go anyway, it can't hurt.
bliba Plus
12 2 Austria
13 May 2006 6:22AM
great atmospheric n this image it!

Hawkgenes 13 10 United Kingdom
13 May 2006 10:40AM
A beautifully simple and restful shot. Would love to be there

david deveson 14 62 2 Italy
14 May 2006 10:26AM
Beautiful Susie, beautiful
rosie42 13 7 Australia
15 May 2006 12:42AM
Thank you Phil, Thomas, Maggie, Rob, Mark, Ollie, Hawk and David for your valued feedback - always appreciated ...

Susie :o)
PatrickSmith 13 1.2k 2 United States
18 May 2006 5:22AM
This is where you need a very strong ND grad filter, or perhaps two. Here, I'd use a ND grad 0.9 + a 0.3 together, where the bottom of the darker section would be right where the water's horizon is. Then the foreground would have more details.

Also, I spend a lot of time in PhotoShop. I work on each part seperately. I will select each part and adjust the brightness and sharpness accordingly. I am very careful about sharpening edges and the sky. I rarely sharpen the sky. I spend about 30 minutes to 1 hour on each one.

And I shoot in RAW format. It is easier to get details out of the shadows in RAW.

rosie42 13 7 Australia
19 May 2006 12:13AM
Appreciate you taking the time to provide such thoughtful advice, Patrick ... thanks so much!

Susie :o)
C_Daniels 13 399 10 England
9 Jul 2006 9:21PM
Glad to be number 30 on this lovely tranquil shot...

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