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Full Critique Snowdonia - Glyder Fawr

tenchy

Rain maker
Administrator
looks good though the moon seems surprisingly bright and sharp through dark clouds.
 

Jason

Always on
Premium Member
Nice, moody atmosphere. Having the moon in the pic makes all the difference.
 

H1ghlander

Always on
You've asked for full critique Ryan. Sorry, but I' going to be brutally honest. I really don't see the point of the long exposure, I cant understand what it adds to the picture other than a distraction. There's a time and place for LE but this looks like long exposure just because you can. I'd have preferred the picture at realistic shutter speeds to maintain the detail texture and mood in the sky but that's a personal preference.
 

Banjo Ryan

Always on
You've asked for full critique Ryan. Sorry, but I' going to be brutally honest. I really don't see the point of the long exposure, I cant understand what it adds to the picture other than a distraction. There's a time and place for LE but this looks like long exposure just because you can. I'd have preferred the picture at realistic shutter speeds to maintain the detail texture and mood in the sky but that's a personal preference.
Thanks Scott. It was nearly pitch black by the point I took the photo, so long exposure was necessary to get any exposure at all.
 
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