December 3, 2018, 2:26am
This image was made from the deck of a small ship as we entered one of the Orkney Islands in Scotland in early morning.
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Processed in Lightroom using radial filters to bring out the sky colors and a light pass of NIK Color efex Pro detail enhancer.
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5D Mark 4 with 100-400 at 400. f5.6 1/1000
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Really nice soft light and I like the comp with the off-center lighthouse. The red balls are maybe a bit distracting but its the lighthouse that catches my eye.
A very nice scene, Ed. I particularly like the bit of glow on the base of the lighthouse. The sky is very cool. There’s an interesting optical illusion going on for me in this one. When I look casually at it, the slanted horizon along the hill makes me think the lighthous is tilted left, but when I try to compare it with the left edge of the frame it looks straight and then slowly tilts a bit to the right. I think it is actually straight, but it sure moves around.
December 4, 2018, 12:53am
Thanks Dennis and all for the kind comments. Remember I did take the image from the deck of a small ship. Maybe the slight rocking shows through??
Beautiful, soft colours, fine detail, and nice expansive comp.
Mixed feelings about the red buoys - I think I might get rid of them.
Beautiful soft light and colours, really sums up that part of the world and I love the sky.
Distracted by the buoys, I wonder whether you even need the front piece of water. Does cropping to where the middle body of water meets the headland, give a stronger lead up to the lighthouse?
Also lining both sides of my screen up against the lighthouse, I think 1 degree of CW rotation may straighten it up.