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Dunluce Castle Northern Ireland

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You need to replace the sky, it's washed out, try and find a similar sky and add it to the image to give it a more complete look.

This sky would be perfect: https://pixabay.com/en/blue-summer-scene-sea-scenic-69738/

next time take a second picture and expose for the clouds, you can either photo merge or just replace the sky with the correctly exposed sky.

Looks a nice place to be. 


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Thanks for the recommendation @firstdefence.  I was going for a look that reflected the bleak and dreary spring afternoon that it was, but may play around with some better exposed sky shots and see if I can retain the mood I was going for.  I have some great skies from the same trip when it wasn’t as drizzly.

Aside from the weather that particular day, it is a great place to visit. If you’re into landscape photography you should plan a trip there one day. The Northern Ireland coast is spectacular. You can find flights to Belfast for around 50 quid.

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1 minute ago, rjhphotography said:

Thanks for the recommendation @firstdefence.  I was going for a look that reflected the bleak and dreary spring afternoon that it was, but may play around with some better exposed sky shots and see if I can retain the mood I was going for.  I have some great skies from the same trip when it wasn’t as drizzly.

Aside from the weather that particular day, it is a great place to visit. If you’re into landscape photography you should plan a trip there one day. The Northern Ireland coast is spectacular. You can find flights to Belfast for around 50 quid.

Look forward to seeing more, and I'd love to visit Ireland, I think that will be part of my New Years Resolution, certainly been put on my bucket list.


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