Prefer the first, focus is spot on, this however is not to my liking sorry a little too mind boggling sky seems alot more blury here but the first is amazing.
Not a patch imo, it was the colours and composition that worked so well in the first.
Thanks for the feedback guys...whilst I agree it's not a patch on the original (the colours made it for me, i'm a sunset shooter at heart) I still like this too.
Regarding the sky, it shouldn't be any more blurry as it's not been touched besides a touch of burning, but the blackness has really brought out the movement.
Wellt he light intensity is a little stron is what i ment as it is one tone of colour rather than a range, thats what makes it look more blury for me sorry, but as i said the first is amazing! very good photographer!
Took this the other night, totally un-edited, was spur of the moment when out walking the dog, taken on my Samsung Galaxy s2 quite impressed tbh!
Took a couple of shots today at work that I think came out quite well.
Couple of engineers going on to the jack up barge via the basket lift. Converted to B&W as I think it works better (was a really miserable day anyway, no colour in the sky)
Going up by A_Cro, on Flickr
This little bird (smallest in the UK iirc) and his mates were all over the turbines today, he came on (and in) the boat countless times, really quick movers. This was the sharpest image I could get of him.
Goldcrest by A_Cro, on Flickr