The Black Cuillin
- graz (216)
- [2006-08-18 16:35]
hi, your photos of scotland have certainly done a pr job on me.after looking at them i want to go there.They are wonderful shots and this is a great example.TFS and i hope you enjiyed your hols.
Hello Emma, beautiful landscape, especially with the change in light and the interesting sky. You are spoiling us really with these wonderful panoramic posts. Viewing the large post on my 22" wide-screen is a huge bonus. Very good work.
- scottevers7 (12309)
- [2006-08-18 21:44]
A beautiful panoramic! Such a great feeling of space and depth. Beautiful soft light. The colors and clouds look great. Awesome shot! :-}
Good morning Emma,
The details are nice, clear and sharp. Large post was a good option for this image.
Good colours, lighting and exposure. your stitching is perfect, what software do you use? The POV is good.
Well composed and good notes.
Thanks for posting, have a great weekend.
Splendid shot(s) Emma!
These mountais really impose respect, especially after looking what you have to climb in order to get here. Fantastic!
Perfect POV, great exposure, colors and composition. The fact the it is only partially lighten by the sun, gives it a total different dimension...almost mithical.
A very big Bravo (both for the efort and the shot itself) and TFS
PS: how do you stich you photos so wel? i tried with Photoshop but i'm really lousy :(
What do you use?
- fyapici (7499)
- [2006-08-19 3:45]
Very good work. Nice scene. You have done it very well. Congratulations.
- jmp (8415)
- [2006-08-19 3:47]
Beautiful panorama and interesting description of the mountain, the place, the shot,... I've found it a very good document!
TFS, JosÚ M.
- captainsgirl (4088)
- [2006-08-19 6:25]
wow...they are beautiful! Love the lake and the hightlights shinning on it as well. Nice shot..TFS
- SunToucher (11162)
- [2006-08-19 7:40]
Thank Adam for the option of positing a large version, because the details in it are really stunning. I tried to find your tent, but I didn't succeed. Your POV is perfect with the front hill leading me straight to the Cuillin Hills. The COP worked perfectly and gave it great colors in both sky and land. It looks like it a little hazy in the hills. This looks like a really great campsite.
- wkshelton (5492)
- [2006-08-19 7:41]
Hello Aramok, excllent colors, Bg, POv DOf perfect detail,s very crisp, nicly composed and a wonderful place, You alll must have had a wonderful, time their, Great work, TFS Kyle
- Scott (1752)
- [2006-08-19 11:37]
You spliced them togeather well, Moody place.
- Evelynn (14454)
- [2006-08-19 19:38]
Great stitching job Emma. The enlarged version is really nice. I would like to see just a touch of contrast in the lower left corner, just to bring some of the weeds a little out of the shadows and give that corner a little life more life. It's a nice image. I wish I had seen some of your pictures before I visited Scotland years ago. I may have changed my itinerary. : )
Evelynn : )
Hi Emma another cracking panorama, stitching looks very good. the touch of sunlight works wonders for it, one might wish for a simular spot on the tops but thats probably asking too much of the photo gods ;0))
? did you get my sugested date for a visit.
- osse (7805)
- [2006-08-23 6:14]
Great landscape shot again. Great colours, sharpnes, details, light, DOF and POV.
Well done Emma
- pablominto (14563)
- [2006-08-24 12:46]
Interesting lighting situation, really makes this one!
Excellent lines and an all over great composition, the colours are wonderful too!
- thor68 (5674)
- [2006-08-24 15:01]
Isle of Skye, yeah, this reminds me of two thing:
the wonderful band Runrig and Talisker Distillery. *g*
i was there for 2 days in 1990 so i do not really remember everything...
so it┤s very nice to see and relive this experience a bit
through your beautiful photo, emma! :-)
the LPversion is superb and so detailed, i would just like to jump into it.
well seen & captured, thorsten.
- PDP (11769)
- [2006-12-02 17:41]
HI Emma, I missed this one until now. It's a very good panoramic, well composed with some good light. I wonder if you could have got some more detail from the brighter areas of cloud from pp. Well done.