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  • Marsden Moor

    Im no landscape expert so I'm going to put my head on the block and ask for critique on this one taken with a panasonic tz35 last weekend.

    http://www.ftmphotography.co.uk

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    Re: Marsden Moor

    A good portrayal of the desolate landscape, with a natural leading line to the reservoir in the middle distance. I'd be inclined to crop off the top cloud, which appears to have a conspicuous strip of blown highlight running through it.
    John Perriment

    A photograph is more than a record of what you see - it's a window to your soul

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    • #3
      Re: Marsden Moor

      That's my bad John, no excuses for the blown out cloud
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      • #4
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        I think the image is wanting for a bit more contrast - I see you are using Lightroom so I would see if adding some clarity would work. The sky is weaker than the land. But this is not bad considering you used your Panny TZ compact rather than your Nikon D600!

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        • #5
          Re: Marsden Moor

          If you let me have a bit more space pleeeeeeeze Mr Burley, I will have another bash
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          • #6
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            Originally posted by ash View Post
            If you let me have a bit more space pleeeeeeeze Mr Burley, I will have another bash
            Will do!

            Ian

            PS Can you let me know if you haven't now got more space?
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            • #7
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              Same scene different shot, still a few blown cloud's, maybe next time if I meter more for the sky, or even better have tripod and take 2 shots

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              • #8
                Re: Marsden Moor

                Originally posted by ash View Post
                That's my bad John, no excuses for the blown out cloud
                I think the sensor must bear a certain amount of responsibility.
                John Perriment

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                • #9
                  Re: Marsden Moor

                  Originally posted by ash View Post
                  Same scene different shot, still a few blown cloud's, maybe next time if I meter more for the sky, or even better have tripod and take 2 shots

                  I don't like this as much; the land is (to my eye) overexposed and lacking saturation.
                  John Perriment

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                  • #10
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                    Did you add some vignette in the original, Ash - I think that might be what John is missing in your revised version.

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                    • #11
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                      Ahh possibly, it might have been a preset I added, where as the second shot I adjusted manually
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