Eider duck on cliffs
- pirate (7474)
- [2007-06-19 5:31]
great landscape, great Eider and perfect compo (I prefer the one without building) and perfect expo allover.
A GREAT capture
- SunToucher (11162)
- [2007-06-19 5:59]
A pity we can't post buildings on TN. I find the WS version a perfect landscape photo that just has a building in the back. Anyway, a great idea to crop it this way and to make it a wildlife photo. It is just marvelous how you were able to locate such a beautiful spot with this duck. Composition and exposure are stunning. Great colors and clarity. The merge of the four exposures did wonders.
- marjan (2685)
- [2007-06-19 6:27]
hi Stephen, wonderfl shot and excelent POPV. Good background and I have probelm to find a duck :-))
- otherpete (37)
- [2007-06-19 7:31]
A very impressive bit of art Stephen, the colours are wonderful. I would love to get the full detail of this shot including the metadata.
- Matt-Bird (1942)
- [2007-06-19 7:33]
Great shot, I like the motion of the water against the cliffs, it creates an ageless feel to the cliffs. Well rounded photo,
- anel (40574)
- [2007-06-19 8:04]
At first I just was admiring these wild cliffs and the I discovered the eider duck. Just fantastic, the combination of the two. Majesty and fragility. I just hope you didn't risk too much to take this picture!
Thank's and best regards
- ellis49 (2254)
- [2007-06-19 10:10]
a new beautiful picture from, your land/seascape are always enjoyable.
The colours are amazing, great composition and deep.
Fine details and very good DOF.
Beautiful work, my friend.
- joey (24909)
- [2007-06-19 10:27]
you are almost certainly one of the best landscape photographer on TN.
Excellant composition and POV.
- vanderschelden (30441)
- [2007-06-19 11:20]
Extraordinary image, Stephen.
Superb composition. Very sharp.
And as a final touch: the Eider Duck.
- gracious (13068)
- [2007-06-19 11:45]
Great composition with sharpness, awesome colour, clarity and details, also good pov
well seen and thanks for sharing
- smurali (3596)
- [2007-06-19 12:08]
The landscape is excellent. The ducks are barely noticeable.
- Evelynn (14454)
- [2007-06-19 15:37]
This is a great merger, Stephen. I would imagine it would be tricky considering the lens??? The workshop photo was a surprise...I didn't expect such a large structure. The colors and sharpness are really nice. It is kind of amazing that you were able to get so close to this eider.
Evelynn : )
- marhowie (486)
- [2007-06-20 6:58]
Excellent work again..and an ID on the bird as well :)
I think I like the full frame best..Odd the building is not allowed, considering it lacks any prominence in the frame..really now ;) Very nice result with the multiple exposures..
- sayat (1457)
- [2007-06-23 5:23]
Beautiful composition and an excellent depth of field. Great shot.
- eruyanik (5046)
- [2007-06-23 5:33]
Great painting! Very different work with that duck! Love that all rocks with different amazing colours and also the wonderful dark blue tones on the sea.
- thistle (9282)
- [2007-07-24 4:44]
This shot is great. The BG is so eyecatching that you don't really notive the duck straight away. I like the BG very much. It would make a lovely shot on it's own, but I think the duck (surprisingly for this bird ;-)) adds a lot to the picture. I just think it would have even more impact if the duck was in the left corner. Was it possible? I imagine in a place like this you are a little limited with chosing POVs :-)
Overall, I really like it!
- alguazul (713)
- [2007-08-03 4:34]
What a beautiful gallery. You know how to saturate of colour the images and obtain very beautiful land and seascapes. This one is fantastic... just the right exposure and colours.... VERY good