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jdenman 9 18 5 Spain
20 Aug 2008 10:14AM
Really nice composition.
John

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Stace 9 2 2 England
20 Aug 2008 10:30AM
Super image, great colours
Stace
20 Aug 2008 12:31PM
nice image
Richsr 10 91 223 England
20 Aug 2008 12:41PM
Like the details in this - and your composition.
Would recommend that you work on reducing the highlights to get some details in the white clouds in the distance and the roof of the building.
You could do this by adding a curve layer and pulling the curve down. Then add a layer mask filled with black and using the brush tool set to white paint in to those areas. This would help IMO.
Regards Richard.
franfoto 10 2 32 England
20 Aug 2008 4:02PM
Excellent advice from Richard.
Lovely composition and I like the choice of foreground material.
Fran
SteveNZ 9 4 5 United Kingdom
20 Aug 2008 9:36PM

Quote:Like the details in this - and your composition.
Would recommend that you work on reducing the highlights to get some details in the white clouds in the distance and the roof of the building.
You could do this by adding a curve layer and pulling the curve down. Then add a layer mask filled with black and using the brush tool set to white paint in to those areas. This would help IMO.
Regards Richard.



Thanks Richard. By pure coincidence it's only in the last few days I've learnt of the techniques you describe... and chose this photo as a first experiment. I can see now that the clouds would benefit from a little more fiddling. Your advice is much appreciated.
Cheers -- Steve.
pigmad95 9 2 England
20 Aug 2008 10:27PM
Nice shot, love the colours.
Victoria
janecurrie 14 46 Scotland
24 Aug 2008 7:04PM
A superb reminder of a wonderful place - wish I was there Smile
rubyblue 7 35 United Kingdom
19 May 2010 6:07PM
love the perspective here.
nicely done.
regards
john

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