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I took this image this morning at Rye; I just wonder whether I should have had a faster shutter speed as the sea maybe too blurred on this occasion. Feedback would be appreciated.
Thanks for your comments and votes on my previous couple of uploads.
wonderful colour and light ann works for me a cracking capture nice one
same here! the light's really nice.
Beautiful lighting Ann.
Great light in this image. It has a nice dreamy feel to it. I don't think the sea being more sharp would have helped this.....Derek
What a morning to stand here and watch the sea come in, with all that wonderful light and colour. Oooh yes.
Like the hues/light in this Ann.Good atmosphere created. I think you either go for really sharp or the opposite and put on a Neutral Density filter to allow a very slow shutter speed (+tripod) and go for a long exposure which will blur the water a lot. Both work well but the second will create a sense of movement. I like swirl markings in the sand which leads you into the frame and the building in the distance providing additional interest. Paul
Have to agree here with Paul, and like the softness accomplished
Wonderful light and colour beautiful scene.Well done..Lin
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