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04/11/2010 - 4:08 PM

Loch Tummel Reflections

Loch Tummel ReflectionsLovely tones and either version is good, but I know you like crit, so, ...

Taking a couple of steps forward and standing on something to get more hight while aiming the camera down would have helped , .. if possible. The reason I say this is, the reflection is superb but the rocks and reflection cut each other and you have lost the top of the trees to the beach. Either that or finding some different rocks would allow the different elements of the shot to complement rather than collide.

Right that's my tuppence worth. Still a lovely shot though.

See ya

18/11/2009 - 3:17 PM

Buachaille Etive

Buachaille EtiveLove the processing, ... not sure about the composition.
The tree on the left edge and the fall on the right edge tend to take the eye out of the shot. Shame, cause otherwise I love it tae wee teeny bitz!!! Smile

06/01/2009 - 3:43 PM

Surprise view

Surprise viewOk, ... Since you ask !!! Wink

It is actually a very neary excellent shot. But, ... Not nearly sharp enough!!! There is a dark blue semi-circle in the sky!!! The darks are just too dark but the clouds are blown out. ( forget HDR and just use an N.D. Grad to get it right in-camera. Also turn down the contrast in-camera). Finally, ... The composition is a bit unbalanced. All the interest on the right. A few steps forward and the dead tree would have been on the left of the mountain and balanced the composition better.

All that said, ... It really is quite good and with just a few small tweeks could be excellent.

Hope you are not bummed out. We all learn from each other!! Smile

All the best

05/01/2009 - 7:24 PM

Summit approach to Ben Challun

Summit approach to Ben ChallunIt is a beauty of a shot R.
Really catches that mountain atmosphere so well.

One wee sugestion, ... Your pano shots are great and well stiched but if you try taking all the shots upright, (portrait format), then you will get better balanced panoramics with more foreground!

Keep em coming!!! Smile