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Argyll Winter Scenes

Discussion in 'Landscape Photography Forum' started by SFTphotography, Feb 13, 2019.

  1. SFTphotography

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    #2 is rather nice. :ok:
     
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    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?
     
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    Not until now but now that I see it I think you are right :D - thanks...
     
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    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. :)
     
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    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
     
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    Very nice set.
     
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    cool stuff, I think number 5 is my fave. nice moody take on the castle but with nice light as well.
     
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    No.s 3 and 4 for me Stephen, very nice.
     
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    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.
     
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    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
     
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    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.
     
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    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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    I think that's why I took it portrait :D
     
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    Stunning shots #3 being my favourite.
     
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