Cornwall - at its best
Hi Paras - great POV, well composed! Great to use the nearby rocks as a frame..
The main thing I'd change here is the 'washed out' sea - it looks way too bright.. I'll post a WS shortly.
WS - Burn sea, dodge buildings and crop to more pano. It's fairly clumsy but I just wanted to give some idea of what I was thinking
- Royaldevon (22131)
- [2009-10-24 1:44]
An unusual shot from your gallery.
Please forgive my shortcut but I echo David's critique.
Have a good w/e,
- urs0114 (6799)
- [2009-10-24 2:10]
Magnifique présentation qui montre un bord de mer spectaculaire.
Les couleurs et contrastes sont aussi très bons.
Bravo pour cette splendide prise de vue.
- fransx (41704)
- [2009-10-24 2:59]
Today must be a bad day for both of us!
I like the POV for this capture with very sharp architecture and fabulous green tones, but, I'm afraid you forgot the washed-out sea. I think David has presented a good alternative!
I don't agree with the massive blurred rock in the FG, it spoils the beauty of the panorama.
This is my humble critique, my friend, I look forward to see more artistic work from you.
- chrisJ (55124)
- [2009-10-24 4:05]
Yes, technically I'd agree with the other critiques, that brightness & contrast could be tweaked, to give better color saturation. Having said that, it's been gloomy & overcast here today, & the emotive impact of the bright sunlit sea, over rules the slight technical imperfections, imho. I like the shallow dof & high pov. Tfs!
- cunejo200 (20188)
- [2009-10-24 4:11]
I enjoy viewing and visiting this type of scenes. The high pov is effective in showing the expanse and blues from the ocean. I wonder how this would look with a higher f/ setting and directing the focus on the ruins as a fg. A sumptuous posting. Regards
- Hazara14 (648)
- [2009-10-24 5:00]
beautiful view beautiful sharp colors combination
and many details nice composition TFS
- werdir (11957)
- [2009-10-24 5:05]
Your POV is excellent, as well as sharpness, but I must also agree with the others that more pp work is needed to bring out the colors in the sea. I might also suggest to crop or clone out the small rock in the left of the photo.
Have a good weekend my friend.
- nicou (50772)
- [2009-10-24 5:55]
très belle iamge de ces vielle ruises, ce maiosns-châteaux en bord de mer, ave cle beauv ert, superbe image, le rendu sur la pierre est mangigiqwue.
bravoe t maitié
- burak28 (16810)
- [2009-10-24 5:57]
Wonderful capture and perspective
POV, colors and details are great
Have a nice weekend
- horias (7698)
- [2009-10-24 7:53]
What a great place!
Wonderful ruins, great details and colors.
- gaillarde (6)
- [2009-10-24 8:20]
Elle est merveilleuse la couleur cristal de la mer, qui ce fracasse contre les rochers.
Le bleu et le vert tendre donne encore plus de hauteur aux majestueuses ruines.
Belle image mon ami.
Bonne fin d'après midi.
- tanburi (44392)
- [2009-10-24 9:32]
Nice POV and depthness of field. I liked diagonal main line
- boreocypriensis (10784)
- [2009-10-24 13:25]
Hi MF Paras,
Fine sceneshot of this beautiful historical built from fine POV with nice composition.
TFS and have a nice sunday MF!
it looks rather hard condition to take photo there...
but the feeling of old stone castle, and its severe location are well captured.
(the sea looks relatively white, I'll try WS)
as you wrote it, this scene shows us a historical situation there, it is very interesting to watch now.
thank you for your nice shot,
- JT50 (1524)
- [2009-10-25 4:10]
A lovely scene, looking
downward towards the sea.
Sharp image. Blurred FB
gives good effect.
- Fons (16615)
- [2009-10-25 9:57]
clear picture dead and leaves cornwell!
- Scharan2 (7562)
- [2009-10-25 13:48]
Lindíssima foto deste belo cenário...
Muito interessante este lugar, gosto
da composição e as cores são muito