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Morston-Muddy Steps


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yes.... I know the land rover dominates ..... [sign in to see URL] I sort of like it there.....

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Re: Morston-Muddy Steps


Maybe change the title if that's the point of interest?

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Re: Morston-Muddy Steps


i find the mud a little too dark Simon, shouldn't it be lighter?
As for the Freelander, I got one so bound to like it:-)
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Re: Morston-Muddy Steps


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Maybe change the title if that's the point of interest?



maybe it be maybe it bain't- whom knoweth

Not important enough to matter

I personally like the way my eye wanders round and ends up on the steps but does it work for you guys, at all, in any way....?
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Re: Morston-Muddy Steps


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i find the mud a little too dark Simon, shouldn't it be lighter?
As for the Freelander, I got one so bound to like it:-)
Happy New Year!



I think I wanted it dark as when I did it first I liked the very darkness of it and probably the fact that it was actually getting dark influenced me, this is a 30 sec exposure by the way , so I sorts wanted to convey the lateness of the light and make it [sign in to see URL] too far you think?

lighter or not to lighter that is the question.... I will post a lighter version later -- see what you think - above version is actually lighter than it was in the original exposure here......




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Re: Morston-Muddy Steps


here it is with some simple exposure increase at the bottom-This one with just exposure increase at bottom is ok..... I Think....(is it keeping the mood???) The problem I have with it is that it seems to keep the eye in the lower part of the image more than Id like ...does it have this effect for you??

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and here with same plus clarity added

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Personally the last has become too literal a rendition and loses the mood, for me anyway, but Id like to hear what you think..

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Looks better for me, now if that Freelander were silver..................:-)
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Looks better for me, now if that Freelander were silver..................:-)



will you take your eyes off the Bl**dy car!!!

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Re: Morston-Muddy Steps


I much prefer the last edit Simon, and I can see the muddy steps and the image still has plenty of mood.

Happy New Year to you and yours too.

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I much prefer the last edit Simon, and I can see the muddy steps and the image still has plenty of mood.

Happy New Year to you and yours too.



thanks Mike
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