Blackrock Cottage 2

By Scottishlandscapes  
This is a test shot of an old friend for a new lens for my Fuji s3 pro when it eventually arrives in the UK

Tags: Landscape and travel


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saggy9999 11 8
12 Dec 2004 11:28AM
wow 3 in a row of the great scottish countryside
nice shot
I was there a couple of weeks back as I had to have a go after seeing this cottage on here superb place
nice shot
K
Andrew

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andytvcams 13 10.4k United Kingdom
12 Dec 2004 11:33AM
A classic shot,but I'm a bit confused,you have a D2H,and your going for the S3 why?.

Click BTW.

Andy...
den2il 12 203 England
12 Dec 2004 11:34AM
Perfectly executed. Brilliantly captured Douglas once again.

--Den--
12 Dec 2004 11:35AM
Love it Smile


Grant
Chris_H 12 1.5k 1
12 Dec 2004 11:44AM
Great shot.

Chris
Paul_Barr 11 544 Scotland
12 Dec 2004 11:54AM
Great shot of a classic location Douglas.

Paul
12 Dec 2004 12:23PM
andy the Nikon D2h ( borrowed from one of my photographers)on the face of it looks like the better camera...smaller tiff file size and a few other things that for landscape are not right, for press work my guys love it because it is so fast. I suppose if money wasn't a problem I would have gone for the Canon mark 11 but the price is ridiculous.
John_Duckett 11 386 2 Norfolk Island
12 Dec 2004 12:24PM
Wonderfully clear shot with excellent colour

John
ballochrae 11 174
12 Dec 2004 12:37PM
Absolutely perfect shot IMHO. I wouldn't want to attempt to modify the photo in any way (even if I had the technical ability!)

Eric
jasonewell 11 34 United Kingdom
12 Dec 2004 12:38PM
Quality.
Jason
Miles Herbert 13 1.8k 4 United Kingdom
12 Dec 2004 1:08PM
I love this photo, though I would hate to live there...must be so many people with cameras waiting outside!

Have done a 'workshop' version, just tried to build on the moodyness a little.

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IanFlindt 11 740 21 United Kingdom
12 Dec 2004 1:52PM
Superb as always, Douglas.
Portknockie 11 48 Scotland
12 Dec 2004 2:16PM
Great comp and colours.Very warm and soft.

Don
lyne 12 15
12 Dec 2004 4:09PM
STUNNING SHOT,HOPE YOU DONT MINED I HAVE HAD A LITTLE MESS WITH IT.LYNE
andytvcams 13 10.4k United Kingdom
12 Dec 2004 5:51PM
Well,for landscape work,I'm sure you will not go far wrong with the S3,Ive got the S2 and I'm more than happy with it,should have been in Scotland this week,but alas no snow or frost..
johnjrp 12 432 5 Australia
12 Dec 2004 9:21PM
Very nice. John
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highlander 12 32 Scotland
12 Dec 2004 10:56PM
Hello Dougie, A good shot of a location I find hard to pass, but I would like to make a small point as you are inviting viewpoints. You could have the finest equipment money can buy but if the conditions are not correct you could find that it is no fault of the camera as the Glencoe area proves time after time. I mean this in a kind way. Have a good week my friend.
Doug.
12 Dec 2004 11:07PM
Doug
You are using the same arguments I use myself. I do like to produce large prints as well, and this is where better lenses pay off. My wee Nikon coolpix is not going to the back of the cupboard awhile. The D2h is only on loan. Your comment is well put though and people should not think that expensive cameras will make them better photographers.
The light y'day was bouncing off the clouds and I felt was very soft and diffuse. All the best, Dougie
Hi Miles
Like what u achieved from the pic, nice tho it is t point of what I did was to represent t light at t time, which was why it was so soft and muted. I had already been down the contrast road.
All the best
Dougie

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