Second from Ashbourne

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Darren
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#2
I think the first shot there is absolutely magical. The lines and shapes are just wonderful, the trees against the patterns behind and the tiny figures......it's all wonderful.
 
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Stewart
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Can you tone down the sky a bit? I think that would balance the image out a bit more - I love the compositions but the sky is just too much for me - it removes focus from the landscape I feel...
 
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Dave
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i have tried that before but the sky goes a very drab middle grey colour, the clouds where wild at that particular time, i havent boosted them too much, they were very contrasty anyway, ill try again, plus my dad says i should darken around the whole thing to draw the eye in to the centre so i will try that too
 
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Shane
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Can you tone down the sky a bit? I think that would balance the image out a bit more - I love the compositions but the sky is just too much for me - it removes focus from the landscape I feel...
Completely agree,
These are nice shots but the sky is distracting me from the fantastic contrasty landscape. (y)
 

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Andy Grant
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Thats the one for me mate. Like it better with the people on the right for some reason. It changes the dynamic of the image, I don't know why.
Oh, and I like the sky as well, brooding and dangerous looking.

Andy
 
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Shane
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Thats the one for me mate. Like it better with the people on the right for some reason. It changes the dynamic of the image, I don't know why.
Oh, and I like the sky as well, brooding and dangerous looking.

Andy
we naturally read from left to right
 
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