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  1. CMCImages

    CMCImages

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    Its a special and very photogenic location to spend a morning on the east coast of Scotland
    I loved being out shooting when the rest of the world sleeps,

    Subtle sunrise on the morning, I captures 2 different images from the morning which
    show different examples of what can be found in this beautiful place

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    [​IMG]Bridge to nowhere by Craig McAllister, on Flickr

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    [​IMG]Scotlands Gold Coast by Craig McAllister, on Flickr
     
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    … love the first, Craig, just love it! (y)
     
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    Very nice. I shot here once but I'm not happy with the image so I plan to go back at some point...
     
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    I too like the 1st one, a simple and very relaxing image. The second has some great light on the waves but I feel the headland and the bridge being on top of each other distracts a little bit.
     
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    Thanks, I thought the same tbh but i wanted to capture the light and it was all i could manage in the quick time. I will need to try again sometime amd rethink the composition a bit.
     
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    The first I like the second is lovely light but the composition should be simpler I think.
     
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    One is really nice! Nice minimalist long exposure.

    This is one location I have yet to shoot but would love to. I really need to make an effort to get out there.
     
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    Love the first one Craig, great LE shot. Would agree with Alf the second feels like it's in two parts with a lot going on in the right half of the frame, the waves and the building pull the eye away from the bridge too much
     
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    I can understand that, once that magic light starts there is no time to spare. :eek:
     
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    Two very nice snapotos Sir, liking both of these very much with #1 edging it for me.(y)

    George.
     
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    The first image is a stonker, love that.

    The second image is alittle too busy I think and the land encroaches onto the bridge structure.

    May try and get my backside up there this weekend.
     
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  12. CMCImages

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    Thanks folks, I appreciate the feedback, I will need to rethink my composition when i am there to catch the sunrise but in the moment i didn't want to lose the light. Brilliant location and first time i have been there at high tide, Loved it.
     
  13. Craig_85

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    Yep, first for me too. I feel like you almost needed to be wider and to the right for the second, but I can see that (like I would have been) you were attracted to the sky colour to the right.
     
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