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    st michael's mount,cornwall

    a few from st michael's mount.
    c&c welcome

    st michael's mount,cornwall

    st michael's mount,cornwall

    not a normal tourist shot of the mount i know but i like it
    st michael's mount,cornwall

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    Re: st michael's mount,cornwall

    Gorgeous conversions, toning and mood. Very impressive images.

    The leading curved line in the foreground of the second one is great, though I don't like the space to the left of the boat. I wonder if you have any other compositions of that one, perhaps a vertical composition.

    Considering that you presented the images as a set, I'll comment about the details that lessened the enjoyment of my viewing experience just a bit. The toning is different in all of them, especially in the first one. (Ironically, if the differences were greater, there would be no issue.) The edges of the second one are given a different treatment than the others. The vignette in the last one is significantly heavier than in the other two.
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    Re: st michael's mount,cornwall

    thanks for the feed back

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    Re: st michael's mount,cornwall

    Hi Paul,
    Especially like the first one. Great clouds balance the land/sea visuals.
    Second one, foreground boat merges with background boat. I would suggest (for my taste) either process to remove or higlight foreground and diminish background boats respectively. Clean up the lines to the left as they distract. Ideally retake and move more to the right if possible so the foreground boat is separate from the harbour wall.
    Third one - I have no emotional investment in it and it is the weakest of the three.
    Overall, good stuff.
    Graham

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