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I was drawn to these small houses dwarfed by the huge crag which I now know to be Quiraing, thanks to the help of Jeanie and her local knowledge.

Tags: Landscape and travel

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kinfatric 12 550 9 Scotland
6 Mar 2005 12:31AM
Its a good shot with faithful colour reproduction as seen, but I expect more from this camera what mode was it shot in, i.e. raw then converted to jpeg or jpeg and compressed again to accomodate this site?

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You are quite right this is not as good as I thought. Just looked at original file and much sharper, this is a pano 2 shots and seems to have lost a little definition. I have only had this camera few weeks now and still learning. I save as large wide j-pegs and convert to tiff for saving and working. I then convert to j-peg for web.
I'm afraid I got carried away with the character of the wee buildings instead of the whole image. The files from this camera do take a lot of sharpening, and I could help I suppose by the use of my tripod. Thanks for the comment Kinfatric always willing to learn.
All the best
andytvcams 14 10.4k United Kingdom
6 Mar 2005 3:29AM
What i would do to live there

A photographers Paradise.

It would eventually get boring, yeh right...
All the best Andy
IanFlindt 12 740 21 United Kingdom
6 Mar 2005 9:35AM
I want to be there. Now. And for ever. Please.

Dougie, this looks a little soft (it has already been mentioned) but yet again you've shown yourself capable of capturing your local landscape (grrrr...) in all its majesty. The contrast between the diminutive houses and the magnificence of the mountain behind is highly effective.
robway 12 318 Wales
6 Mar 2005 9:40AM
Agree with Flindt. I really like the contrast between the cottages and the mountain.

I will repost this as soon as the system will allow me to...patience in all things especially landscape photography is a virtue...
All the best
jeanie Plus
13 6.0k 6 United Kingdom
7 Mar 2005 6:15AM
Doug, I am flattered!!! You are so very kind. This is a great shot. The repost, however, is a stronger version as the colours are much better.
Guess who is going through these backwards : )

You were very kind to me helping me pinpoint where I took this, one kindness deserves another.
All the best and keep posting to the site you do good work.
jeanie Plus
13 6.0k 6 United Kingdom
7 Mar 2005 1:32PM
shucks, you made me blush now..

Always happy to help.


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