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widtink 4 406 2 Scotland
3 Jun 2013 7:42AM
Alan anither stoater. Seriously i don't know the teccie term but the different bands of texture/ light/shade make this image zing Smile Wind farms are getting everywhere at the moment , i have mixed feelings about them actually. Wonderful fotae Smile

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3 Jun 2013 7:47AM
Thanks mate. My own feelings aren't that mixed. Hence the title.Smile
widtink 4 406 2 Scotland
3 Jun 2013 8:03AM
Yeah , they do give good photo opportunities at times though Smile Have a guid day Smile
woolybill1 Plus
9 22 67 United Kingdom
3 Jun 2013 8:25AM
I like them, but at a distance.
Like this.
Great composition, Alan.
Regards
Bill
3 Jun 2013 8:31AM
Yes, I think they can often look rather nice. I just think that for the most part they're a colossal bloody waste of money.
Thanks, Bill.
mrswoolybill Plus
9 927 1463 United Kingdom
3 Jun 2013 8:31AM
Rising up in layers, in the way that I normally associate with portrait compositions. Landscape 'should' read left to right not up and down, but it works here because of the high horizon.
Composition is one of my obsessions, thanks for waking my brain up today. I've just given my UA otherwise this would get it.
Moira
3 Jun 2013 8:37AM
Thanks, Moira, that means a lot. As far as I'm concerned, if you ain't got composition, then you ain't got nowt. Can't possibly agree with any kind of a "should," though. Not in my vocabulary.Smile

Alan
mrswoolybill Plus
9 927 1463 United Kingdom
3 Jun 2013 8:40AM
The inverted commas are important... You learn the rules in order to break them creatively and make something dynamic rather than static. I may have asked before, but have you come across Michael Freeman's writings? The Photographer's Eye is brilliant.
Moira
3 Jun 2013 8:50AM
Yes, I did get the point of the ".."'s Smile, I should have made that clear Blush I think we're "on the same page," Moira, as our American cousins are wont to say.Smile

Michael Freeman. Heard of him, yes. Come across his writings, no. Has he come across mine? GrinGrin

Alan
WhiteRose1 Plus
6 1.6k 148 England
3 Jun 2013 9:05AM
Strong banding of light and texture, Alan. Perfect for mono. Today's eye-sores are tomorrow's heritage... and they do make good subjects. Grin

Dave
3 Jun 2013 9:11AM

Quote: Today's eye-sores are tomorrow's heritage

True enough mate.
Cheers Smile

mrswoolybill Plus
9 927 1463 United Kingdom
3 Jun 2013 9:13AM
You'd appreciate The Photographer's Eye, I think. A whole book about composition (more accurately, how the eye reads the image), and he doesn't mention the Rule of Thirds once. It's not light reading.
Moira
3 Jun 2013 9:21AM
Thanks, Moira. Might just look it up. Need a break from The Beano. Grin
marktc 5 85 14 United Kingdom
3 Jun 2013 8:24PM
I first viewed this on my iPhone and it looked goo if not a little small, on my laptop its brilliant.... all of the things the others have said but can't see any comments about that gorgeoous light on the wet sand... brilliant isn't too strong a word.
3 Jun 2013 8:47PM
Must admit, Mark, once I'd given it a swift boot up the jaxi in PSE I was a bit more chuffed than I expected to be Smile
You are too kind, and the tenner is in the post Smile
marktc 5 85 14 United Kingdom
4 Jun 2013 10:00PM
I shortlisted this one yesterday as I didn't want you to think I was showing you any favouritism... so out coming back to it 24 hours later, its still as good so gets a GEA

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