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    Default Black Cuillins

    Well finally after years of looking at amazement of people's photos from Elgol I managed to drag myself up there. Almost missed the sunset due to misjudging the driving times... But got lucky in the end I guess. Didn't have time to look around for foreground options and just chucked the tripod down the first decent place I found.

    I wish I'd managed to get more movement out of the water, but yeah feel free to critique this. Always wanting to learn.


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    I like it. Having the sun just off frame is abit unconventional for this type of shot maybe, but works well.
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    I like it. I'm sick of smooth mushy water!
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    Great shot. Well done

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    Quote Originally Posted by Russ View Post
    I like it. I'm sick of smooth mushy water!
    Same, I usually like to catch water around the 1/4s mark. Usually gives a nice balance between the smoothness and the energy of the water. And thanks

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