Critique Welcomed Gateway to the Sunset Kingdom

Discussion in 'Landscape and Architecture' started by Davie Hudson, Aug 6, 2016.

  1. Davie Hudson

    Davie Hudson Well-Known Member

    Sigma Dp0 at Glencoe Village skye (1).jpg
     
    Milan Vjestica likes this.
  2. Julian de'Courcy

    Julian de'Courcy Well-Known Member

    Superb Davie simple superb.
     
  3. Davie Hudson

    Davie Hudson Well-Known Member

    Thank you Julian :)
     
  4. David Crosbie

    David Crosbie Member

    I like it compositionaly. But find the foreground a touch dark. I'd have been inclined to either use a grad filter or do a double exposure, to lighten up the foreground a little.

    The distant light is gorgeous
     
  5. Davie Hudson

    Davie Hudson Well-Known Member

    Thanks David I never felt the foreground should have been lighter as I feel it would have unbalanced the light at the end of the loch. I've always been of the opinion that you need the dark to appreciate the light
     
  6. David Crosbie

    David Crosbie Member

    I can definitely understand that. Just seems a shame to miss the little flowers out :)
     
  7. Davie Hudson

    Davie Hudson Well-Known Member



    thats the only bit i'd possibly lighten , i do like flowers
     
  8. Ivar D. Larsen

    Ivar D. Larsen Well-Known Member

    I like flowers too, but I never seem to receive any. Here I do, but I must confess that the foreground is just a lead into a far more interesting light with its little pattern and the brook leading us to the mountains. Never get tired of them. Lovely Davie.
     
  9. Davie Hudson

    Davie Hudson Well-Known Member

    Thanks Ivar
     
  10. Pete Askew

    Pete Askew Admin

    Fabulous shot, Davie. Really exploiting the properties of the Foveon sensor.
     
  11. Davie Hudson

    Davie Hudson Well-Known Member

    thanks Pete, I like it so much I bought the new SD Quattro :D
     
    Pete Askew likes this.
  12. Beth Anthony

    Beth Anthony Well-Known Member

    stunning shot. i love the cool clouds next to the warm light coming out of the break in the clouds.
     
  13. Davie Hudson

    Davie Hudson Well-Known Member

    Thank you so much Beth
     

Share This Page