The Constables House
- Teresat (15934)
- [2011-11-14 5:15]
A good note with an attractive photo. Night appears with and interesting gold and blue and a fine sharpness
- chrisJ (55124)
- [2011-11-14 5:17]
A superb shot of the ruined Constable's House. Love the streaky blur in the sky. Good pp work to achieve this. Excellent colour, sharpness & framing, The whole is very intriguing & mysterious. Tfs!
- werdir (11957)
- [2011-11-14 5:29]
This is an awesome example of long exposure/nocturnal photography. I particularly like the effect it has on the clouds. Nice compo, leading us in from the left corner and sharpness is perfect IMHO. Thanks for your detailed note.
- Tomek (18766)
- [2011-11-14 5:29]
Very effective with this long time exposure, clouds made nice movement, great and catching eye photo.
I like your planned composition here with the wind and light. The ruins on this old church or house as stated are magnificent. Your final result shows that you put some thought and planning into your image. gallery quality except for the modern house in the image. Nice work
- jean11-3 (16374)
- [2011-11-14 9:31]
Hello Miles,a good explanation of the process involved in bringing this shot to us.
The motion blur of the clouds really adds drama to the scene.
It would not have occurred to me, that the clouds might be lit from below, as you describe.
The strong lighting on some of the faces of the building also created dark shadows which has added extra depth.
Tfs, regards Jean.
- mark-alderson (235)
- [2011-11-14 10:51]
A lovely shot here with a nice capture of the cloud movement. The blur of the clouds really draw you into the shot. Lighting is good (nice use of PP) and the whole image is balanced nicely with the positioning of the castle.
- jackal (9654)
- [2011-11-14 12:18]
the sky looks great in the long exposure shot - a nice BG for the castle
- wackymob (6851)
- [2011-11-14 18:38]
Hi Miles, I like the effect the long exposure has given the night sky, looks a bit like a Northern lights thing happening. Fiona