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Argyll Winter Scenes

alpethsm

Old Hand
Think the third is my pick, nice tones and composition. Also liking the fourth. On the eighth have you considered a square crop losing the nearest big rock?
 

SFTphotography

Old Hand
Am I going insane or has this thread grown a few more pics over the last few minutes. :blurry-drunk:

In which case #2 in my post is really #4 but #3 is best. :)
It did grow but I have now ran out of cold pictures. As you know winter isn't for me so I am using the time to reprocess old images and sort out my back up system and cataloguing so when summer comes...:D
 

Ramble Vision

Mountain Climber
Super Moderator
cool stuff, I think number 5 is my fave. nice moody take on the castle but with nice light as well.
 

SFTphotography

Old Hand
No.s 3 and 4 for me Stephen, very nice.
4 (a different version) of it got a highly commended in the BLPA awards in 2016 and had a spot in the Pall Mall Galleries for "British weather" - probably on account of it being cold and frozen. I took this after a night camping - it was bitterly cold and an experience I would never wish to repeat.
 

Tenorplayer

Always on
Premium Member
A good varied set Stephen, only observation would be the foreground rock in #3 isn't interesting enough to warrant it's place in what is an excellent and pleasing view. But an all round good set with some dramatic light
 

SFTphotography

Old Hand
A good varied set Stephen, only observation would be the foreground rock in #3 isn't interesting enough to warrant it's place in what is an excellent and pleasing view. But an all round good set with some dramatic light
Yep - agree. I was late to the party and it was wall to wall tripods. Short of getting in someones way I couldn't really get the composition I wanted. Winter days seem to bring everyone and anyone who has a tripod to the area. During the snowy spell a few weeks back the place was tripping over itself with photographers all chasing the white stuff.

In the summer months it's much quieter photographer wise - namely as practically everyone prefers winter and a lot struggle with the early starts (they never have and never will bother me) so you get the place to itself.
 

Tenorplayer

Always on
Premium Member
You'd have no idea from your shots that it was teeming with togs! So well done on getting your elbows out :)
 
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