Wide Angled Clouds

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  1. gman172

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    taken on a great session at kirklees, oldham UK

    light hdr processing and i used canon 40d and sigma 10-20mm lens - i love the effect the lens has on clouds

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    massive rocks and large clouds curling around

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    great distant views


    please give feedback :thumbdown: or :thumbup:

    andrew
     
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    Stunning.
     
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    Agree!
     
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    I'm not sure they aren't too busy with the horizon dividing them into the sky half and the landscape half. Both halves show so much, and I don't know what it is that really counts for you here: the clouds, dramatic as they are, and more dramatic as they come out with the mild HDR treatment, or the vast moors, the countryside? You haven't decided, obviously, and try to show both in one photo. To my mind, this is getting too much.
     
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    The split horizon doesn't really bother me as much as the tilted horizon and lack of subject.

    I know it's supposed to be a landscape, and supposed to encompass the whole scene, but there's nothing really acting as the subject.

    They seem more like images from location scouting than anything else.
     
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    great point

    we were scouting and i was not framing these 2 particularly - just shooting and i liked the look they gave when processed

    thanks

    what is your avatar - looks sweet - can you post it here full size pleeease?
     
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    Number one is amazing, clouds look good enough to touch on that :)

    David
     
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    awesome shots
     
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    ta
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    ta again
     
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    Stunning, indeed! Very nice photos!
     
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    lovely HDR. I have to try My hand at doing some HDR.
     
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    give hdr a go - it easily throws out great results with a minimum effort

    cheating? ...nah!!
     

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