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Staithes area Recommendations


Briwooly 9 452 5 England
12 Nov 2008 3:21PM
Going for a ride up to Staithes North Yorkshire tomorrow (Thursday) for a day out with Young Wooly (Mark) anyone got any suggestions on what not to miss or to avoid in the area. Got to give the new 50D a run or the wife will be telling me to send it back Wink .

Brian..............................................

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12 Nov 2008 4:01PM
Anything around the beck / harbour area is always popular, good view back to the village from the concrete breaker. Not been their for years, enjoy & hope weather stays good.
Martin
ade_mcfade e2
10 15.1k 216 England
12 Nov 2008 4:15PM
I'd recommend going with an open mind and trying to find something a bit different to the usual shots of Staithes. Smile

Have a walk up the Cowbar Nab side if you really must have the Joe Cornish shot though Wink

Also, I like walking onto the harbour wall and getting a shot looking back at the village.
Briwooly 9 452 5 England
12 Nov 2008 4:15PM
Thanks Martin forecast is a little mixed but worth a gamble
Thanks Ade sound advice.

Brian................................................
culturedcanvas 9 4.7k 59 United Kingdom
12 Nov 2008 4:19PM
Shots down the beck towards the sea from under the bridge. Shots over the top of staithes from the cliff (Cowbar) opposite. A wide angle allows you to get the sea and the beck in but you will be very close to the edge so be VERY careful. In the beck take some wellies as its bloody muddy too. As someone else has mentioned the view from the breaker back to the vilage is often shot .. and there are opportunities for longer focal lengths and shallow depths of field here too with lots of details to be shot including markers, ropes etc. Theres plenty to shoot throughout.
Briwooly 9 452 5 England
12 Nov 2008 4:26PM
Cheers Dan wellies in the boot

Brian.......................................................

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