Lake district this weekend..


chaude

Link Posted 19/12/2011 - 00:06
Second trip to the Lakes in a month, much better this time, with some actual snow and clear skies. Still forcing myself into using the 31mm! Think I've managed to get something out of it finally.
See what you think, and what could I do better at!

First go at HDR - Thirlmere


Not sure which direction was I looking at.


Harsh conditions for a while


Waterfall


Mountain opposite the hut we stayed


Much better day on sunday but was doing a graded climb, can't take pics when racing against time!

Frogfish

Link Posted 19/12/2011 - 10:19
My goodness it looks too cold there to be doing any climbing ! I like #3 the best, the people give you a sense of scale and how deep the snow actually is, be better if we can see their faces though.

The last shot also looks very interesting however it's tough to be impressed when such a grand scale is covered by such a small image - I'd bet it would look great when blown-up.
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trickletreat

Link Posted 19/12/2011 - 12:30
There is something odd and distracting along the far valley side in number 1.
I like the colours and perspective in the waterfall photograph.
The final one is very nice and a good letterbox shape.

My favourite is the third, real atmosphere and love the colours.
Nigel

womble

Link Posted 19/12/2011 - 14:08
I like the third one but try making the whites a bit more white. They look a tad too grey for my taste. The first one looks very strange, I thought it was one of those poladroid images at first.

It looks just a tad cold...

K.
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