Rosie wrote:These multiple exposures are making a big difference to the quality of your landscapes. They have much more depth than your previous landscape work and are definitely paying off.
Beware of your white balance in some instrances with snow. I love the Brathay View image, but feel like the blue in the foreground could be knocked back a bit. Stunning cloud reflections and silhouettes though.
Troy wrote:I can't believe these shots were taken on a phone. The first shot is definitely my favourite, and looks excellent in black and white. Did you edit these shots with an app on your phone, or did you transfer them to your computer first?
If the snow does eventually reach us down here in Bournemouth i'm definitely not leaving the big camera at home. Not often we get the chance to capture snowy scenes in this country, so i'll be making the most of it.
Rosie wrote:Nice edit! Looks much more balanced
simon3116 wrote:You have some very nice shots on here Paul, I think it's a good idea to keep adding to the gallery so that you can go back and see what worked and what didn't.
I like the grassmere shot although it could do with more sky interest.
The detail in helm craig is excellent, you must be eating up spare hard drives.
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