Butter Mist

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Buttermere on a very foggy day

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  1. #1 Tillerykid
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    Hi Alf, Now I like this misty shot, love the tree and its placement, however, I think that tiny bit of land on the left could go. Hope you don't mind the critique (I sound like Gary Barlow on the X Factor).All The Best TK
  2. #2 kenwil
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    great location and execution. all the best kenwil
  3. #3 Zoritza Williams
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    Superb shot,great light !!! Regards,Zoritza
  4. #4 Alfoto
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    TK ..........No indeed it is a relevant critique and I do take it on board. The strange thing is I took about 6 shots of this without the bit of land and for some unfathomable reason I always process the one with that bit of land. Just as well I wasn't singing : - ) ...........Sincere Thanks TK.............Regards ....Alf
  5. #5 Alfoto
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    KEN .........It is one of my favourite locations and I was most fortunate that the fog stayed around all day.............Many Thanks ..........Alf
  6. #6 Alfoto
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    ZORITZA ..............I was most fortunate with the light too, the fog took care of any harsh light. ......Sincere Thanks ...........Alf
  7. #7 Tillerykid
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    Hi Alf, Why not take the bit of land out by using the Clone Tool in CS3, (you could clone the dark reflections from the shore line) you will only be altering a few pixels. "Just as well I wasn't singing" don't get that. All The Best TK
  8. #8 Tillerykid
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    Hi Alf, just visited your website OMG your a professional a real one selling photos and all that, no wonder you are good. Are you any relation to the great David Bailey, I thought you were just a snapper like most on here, and there's me saying just remove a few pixels. Like your website. ATB TK
  9. #9 Alfoto
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    TK Many Thanks for your suggestions, I have about 3 - 4 other shots without the bit of land, so I probably won't go to the trouble of editing this one. Ahhh Yes the "Just as well I wasn't singing" comment was posted in response to your ( I sound like Gary Barlow on the X factor) comment : - ) And NOOOO I am not professional, I only picked up a camera for the first time about 6 years ago. I do have a web site and thank you very much for your generous comments, but I don't really sell many images and certainly don't push it that way. I have a full time job that pays the mortgage, and I would love nothing more than to spend more time taking photographs but for now at least I have to make do with the odd weekend when the weather allows it! Cheers TK! .....Alf
  10. #10 Tillerykid
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    Hi Alf, How do you set up a website, and does it cost anything. Glad your a snapper like me, I started in May 2012. All The Best TK
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