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|Photo taken in Ireland at Loop Head in the Lower Shannon regio. ALmost all visitors go to the clifs of Moher but a few miles south are the cliffs at Loop Head. The advantage: Less tourism and more freedom to move around.|
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Hello Niek. Beautiful scenery, good POV and depth. I like Ireland my self, itís a good place to visit, fantastic landscapes and friendly people.
All the best, Anders
A nice scene which in MHO has more potential than you took advantage of. A couple of things I notice are:
1. Too much sky; not enough foreground
2. The horizon line is not horizontal
3. The horizon line is exactly in line with the top of the bluff creating a static horizontal line that bisects the
photo. If you had lowered your position the two bluffs would have created a dynamic line.
4. There needs to be more contrast. There is too much midtone
It is a nice scene. If you live closeby try taking it again. Thanks for sharing.
This weather beaten landscape is quite awesome! But still there are flowers to be observed... It is a well composed image, where the surf adds life... I also appreciate the people to the left side to give scale, never thought the dimensions were what they actually are...
- [2006-02-23 17:34]
Hello Niek, this is a nice shot of some interesting landscape. I agree with Evelynn about the horizon, I think it does need a little rotation to get the sea level. I also think it needs some more foreground interest. It's a nice shot though, well done.
Very much the Irish weather Niek, best to use a grad filter and make the best of these moody skies. Good composition but watch your horizons - keep them straight. Regards Steve.
Ireland is one of my favorite land.
This picture give me the athmosphere of ireland.