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I did at least get the chance to take a couple of shots last weekend.....with a Nikon again!!! but at least I know the image will pay for itself.
Good to meet you all and good to see some excellent work being turned out.
1/25@f18 with a soft Lee ND grad at about 30 degrees left to right.
Excellent Image Keith. Lovely light.
Very nice, lighting is superb
Gorgeous! barmymarny x
Beautiful light and composition, like the reflections too!
Bit tasty this one.
Ooh - look it's a Nikon D200 image Looks lekker hey? Nice, very niiiiiice.
A Nikon! you know it makes sense Keith. Give Maddie that big brick of yours and take the D200. Like the shot btw.
Nice one Keith. Won't be long till you get that 21mg jobby.
Sooner than you might think.....
some Irish to come later this week, Jim
Not bad at all. Glad you listened to our advice in the PS workshop !!
Really like the comp - it sums up the scene perfectly.
Very nice - good to see such an image has come from a siggy - makes me happier that I can't afford to go full frame. So thanks for that
Nice Keith,like it, still havnt agreed a price for services rendered at the airport
super shot really like this
Nice one Keith, although a bit 'choclate box' in that the water is looking a bit brown
I thought that boat was Andy's....
very nice Mr Henson
No, Matt, that boat is Mr Jack Humble's, salmon fisher.
Pleased to make you 30 & a deserved RC. Great light on this and the actual overall composition is spot-on. Sylv.
very well taken you cought the light very well aswell. did that make sence hope it did =p
very nice keith
good old nikon d200
Was this taken with the "twee" setting on the Nikon?
No, Ian...the 'sell it' button'. It's just to left of the 'making loads of cash' button but nowhere near the 'Saturate my arse to death under a black and yellow sky' slider.
thanks for the comments guys and the ones that will undoubtedly follow
Just says quality, not over sweet, but a clear, sharp well exposed shot.
Say no more.
LOL - ah, those buttons I could never find on the 300d, although one of them I'm glad I couldn't.
Excellent shot Keith - even with Maddies camera - it was a real inspiration eeing this being "developed" and I hope i've learned something from it.
Looks like it to me, Nick
right......off to swan about somewhere pretty
cos I can
Simple yet effective for me Keith.
have fun tonight.
Not bad for a Nik....doh... my keyboard is stuck...
What's this about a new camera?? 21mp??
excellent clarity in this!
Ooop North for a bit?? Glad you managed to rattle of a couple of snaps!!
No I just can't do it, i've chickened out LOL
Nice one Kieth,great to meet you at the weekend
Beautiful shot and beautiful fishing village.
Lovely light in this shot.Excellent Keith.
Quote: Alright Mac??
Is the word you're looking for '*****', Mari....cluck, cluck
just drawing another one for Friday.
Ya wuss Mari
Luverly once again...
For me slightly overexposed in parts and the grad is very obvious on the upper left cliffs. Compositionally ok but edging too close to safe to be anywhere near your best.
Very Joe....... Keith. Wonderful location and a stunner of an image. Ron.
This place looks soooo beautiful.
Excellent photo... well done..
The local tourist board will love you!!
(21mp? But I just got myself a mammy zd?! oh bottoms!!)
postcard image with a good flow to the image
There are no grad lines in the upper left cliffs, as its a full grad and its pulled down over the cottages.
Quote: 'Saturate my arse to death under a black and yellow sky' slider.
I've been looking but I can't find it...
Quote: thanks for the comments guys and the ones that will undoubtedly followNo comment.
Hmm - nice shot, reminds me that I must pay another visit to Staithes soon.
Great and classic shot,
Ah the ripples in the fg will be Maddie splashing around in her wellies!
Thankyou for a really great weekend with Northscape.
Stunning colours Keith Nikon !!!
nice grad work. may have to invest in one of them full ones
Not yer typical Keith shot really - nice enough, but not got the usual p-zaz... but if it's for a job and it did the job, then fair enough.
I dare you, show us the before shot, straight from the camera, no tweaks, no retouching, no changing levels or playing with saturation, just straight from the RAW.
I've found that a really helpful way to see what can be acheived over the last few days that the functions been running, and as you know I love the results you acheive.
So go on...
Doesn't look much different apart from lacking contrast as it was a RAW file.
I'm a photographer not a painter, Jon.
thanks for the comments guys
Very nice composition.
What I'm getting at is that those of us without the necessary camera craft could really benefit from seeing what can be acheived straight from the RAW. I think I'll have to invest in one of your weekends to get that though.
I appreciate you loading the RAW on the next shot, it is fascinating.
I'm going to have to rely on PS though for a bit longer.
Luvly shot Keith . Should sell after pressing those special buttons .
Still waiting for the pic you said you'd send me of the full set of us xxxx
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