This may be just personal opinion, but I think that the land areas of the second shot need more contrast. They’re looking a little hazy and hard-to-see. Now, that can give a pleasing effect, but especially in the second shot, it feels like there’s material there that the viewer is supposed to be able to see clearly.
When you shot the third shot, were you using a tripod? Personally, I would have raised your ISO to at least 400 to give you a bit more wiggle-room with your speed. 1/80th is hard to hold still at 135 mm zoom, unless your lens has a good stabilizer.
Hope this helps a bit,
- This reply was modified 1 year, 3 months ago by Frazer Family.