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    Culloden Battlefield

    I'd say there is nice light, but composition wise its a bit 50/50 sky to land. The walker is slightly too far into the shot, would benefit from being around the right third.
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    Canisp Reflection

    Thank you all for the comments. I understand taking the blue sky out, but I really don't like 50:50 reflection shots. Maybe I should have stepped back and used some of the shore line to break it up more now when I look at it.
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    A couple of images from Skye

    Followed your insta story, those shots definitely pay for the fuel money!
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    Llynnau Mymbyr in #Snowdonia

    Lovely photo. Beautiful light breaking through there!
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    Canisp Reflection

    It's always a rare treat to a nice reflection with some sunshine up here!
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    One for critique, long exposure off the Portuguese coast

    Very nice, but maybe because the rocks lead to the right, it would be better to crop out the headland altogether? I do this all the time, try and get everything into one frame. Whereas it going for simplicity of just the rock in one image, and taking a separate photo for the headlands.
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    Critique Rogie Falls

    Normally I would be all about getting down closer, but I'm recovering from a broken leg so wet rocks is not too feasible for me at the moment, and unfortunately here, its more of a gorge at the bottom so I think I'd have to use a rope to get safe access. I do have close ups at 50mm and 70mm...
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    Well even if you think they're hard, you certainly seem to manage alright. And thank you, you're animal photos are amazing!
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    Gibsons landing sunrise

    Nothing better than when get a sky like this! Cracking photos.
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    St Michaels Mount - Mono or colour

    Colour for me. The mono needs more work, to make it pop.
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    Still very nice long exposures!
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    Really nice, you just can't beat a dusting of snow on a mountain.
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    Critique Rogie Falls

    Thank you Peter. I might try and get down there again to try and get a bit more autumn colour from it.
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    Critique Rogie Falls

    The leaves are starting to turn here and there has a decent amount of rain. So I took a chance with a early finish at university and on a rainy day, to see what the colour was like here. Not quite there yet but still pleasing enough.
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    Wild Birdland

    Nice colours.
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    Wild The Glen of coe.

    Nailed it Chris!
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    Cinque Terre in a very different light :)

    But, you something original! The second couldn't be any better!
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    Critique Linlithgow Palace

    The second is nice. The first has too much black for me and suffocates the scene.
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    another from..Orton-on-the-Hill

    Lovely shot, that sky is looking mean.
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    A few from the last month or so

    All very nice, I think the second is my pick of the bunch.
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    Critique Old Rusty Bum-Angel of the North

    I think the black and white image is the best, maybe because it also doesn't have any haloing and chromatic aberration like the other two do. Which gives me the impression that in extract more detail out of the rusty bum angel of the north, that you've pushed the shadows too far to the right...
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    St. Andrews Cross. (at Buachaille Etive Beag).

    Very very cool Dale! Couldn't plan that if you tried!
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    Firth of Forth sunset

    Very nice sky!
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    Critique Buttermere: A perfect morning

    Lovely reflections once again!
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    Critique Wasdale

    Thanks for you comment. I wholeheartedly agree with your sentiments, just an old photo I was playing with. Sometimes we can't choose the light we shoot in, I don't let it restrict me when I'm out and about. Obviously we want great conditions but the lack of shouldn't stop you shooting. Yeah...
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    Summer storm on the beach

    Very nice flow you've caught there!
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    French Alps

    All round nice images. I'll just say that in the first two the trees are no sharp enough and I think for that type of image they need to be tack sharp. I'm guessing they were both handheld shots, maybe increase you ISO, reduce your aperture to use a tripod.
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    Critique Wasdale

    A long exposure of Wasdale. Shutter length 1/50s, plenty fiddling on Photoshop! More of an experiment, to see if I can create a authentic looking LE. After doing this, the difficulty of masking natural features makes me realise that it is more suitable technique for urban environments...