MDM Posted October 26, 2016 Share Posted October 26, 2016 Too much lightening of the shadows seems a likely bit of advice, but I would also suggest being more critical at the moment of shooting. People often say of my stuff "you get good skies" No, I wait for good skies. Do look at the light; if it's rubbish, put the camera away and come back when you stand a better chance. Or take note that this would be better taken at a different time of day and plan to return. This photography thing takes lots of patience, and being realistic about lighting is a big part of it I know that sounds a bit grumpy, but I often wonder why people put stuff up on Alamy when the conditions were so far short of ideal that positive results would be so unlikely Not at all grumpy - I absolutely agree - light is fundamental to everything photographic and patience and planning are essential. It's all part of the control thing. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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