Just back from Iceland...

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This one ticks all the right boxes for me, and the light reflected in the breaking waves gives great depth to the photo.
 
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What’s not to like. Beautiful lighting and just the right amount of movement in the water. Love it!
 
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Very nice indeed - conditions look gorgeous. I also love the texture on the water and the reflected light - you got the exposure and shutter speed spot on.
 
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#10
“Cracking” shot Sir, nuff said.(y)

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There's a defined shift in tone from the top to the bottom of the hill. It's very slight but gives the appearance of a grad. If you can't see it then it's not an issue.
Thanks Scott, appreciate the feedback. I think I can see what you mean which I put down to the side of the hill being in shadow; so I will go back to the RAWs and see if it is something I have done or if it is on the RAW. Like to keep practicing
 
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Thanks Scott, appreciate the feedback. I think I can see what you mean which I put down to the side of the hill being in shadow; so I will go back to the RAWs and see if it is something I have done or if it is on the RAW. Like to keep practicing
Thanks again Scott - it was my bad! The blending mask was over intrusive and I had totally missed this (too much looking at the same image for too long!). Now corrected and the phantom "grad line" has now gone :)
 
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Thanks again Scott - it was my bad! The blending mask was over intrusive and I had totally missed this (too much looking at the same image for too long!). Now corrected and the phantom "grad line" has now gone :)
Excellent, glad we got there in the end, thanks for the feedback. I take it you've corrected the original picture, not seeing the 'grad line' now.
We've all looked at a picture too much. I usually create big orange monsters which aren't apparent until viewing the next morning.
 
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Very nice indeed, I'd love to go and visit (y)
 
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#25
Really lovely texture in the sea - certainly a windy old place up there!

I love the 'troll' rocks and I love Vik :)
 
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