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  • Clear reflection

    An interesting shot in it's own right but Robert's mod really makes it outstanding.

    • 8 Dec 2016 4:43PM
  • Bass Rock Storm

    A very attractive and dramatic image, I imagine it was taken from North Berwick beach from what I remember of a holiday up there some years ago. The dynamic breakers in the foreground really set off the static lump of volcanic rock behind and, as you say, the seagull is a bonus.
    I have produced a mod reducing the blue tone a little and cropping in to concentrate on the rock even more. Just an alternative idea
    Lovely shot though.

    • 10 Nov 2016 12:34PM
  • Bust up

    It's always a good idea to keep abreast of things !

    • 26 Oct 2016 9:32AM
  • Unexpected Visitors.

    Thanks for the helpful comments and tips.
    I can see that softer, but still directional light would be better. I did consider turning one upside down to show the gills but the lady next door said " they look so nice as they are so I shouldn't" !! I actually agreed with her.
    There are two more similar fungi on another part of the lawn, so perhaps I should get out at first ( soft ) light, turn one over and take a shot before next door is up !!
    Yes Keith 12cm is correct
    Finally, John's diagonal cropping improves the shot no end and I shall treat the uncropped original as you suggest.

    • 25 Oct 2016 6:39PM
  • blue gate

    A very good "wish I was there shot" - can almost feel the heat!
    Willie's mod makes it even better but I think that the bit of sky top left is distracting, so cropping off the top as suggested by Andrew would do no harm. Lovely pastel colours though - very nice.

    • 20 Oct 2016 11:02AM
  • Holly

    Agree with Irish Rover A most attractive image made all the better by the absence of tattoos, studs, rings etc.

    • 20 Oct 2016 10:53AM
  • At speed!

    A very interesting post Paul - I feel your tongue was very much in your cheek when you decided on this one as it earns a lot of the comments you often make ( quite rightly ) about this type of shot. It is a reasonable record shot of a plucky little dog ( 3 legs? ) enjoying itself, which would mainly interest the family who would be very pleased with it. It looks a little flat overall in the colour department but will find a place in the family album I am sure.

    Geoff ( with tongue in cheek!)
    • 18 Oct 2016 11:08AM
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