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This shot was taken on the path walking down the cliffs from the car park.
This place was amazing and I wish I had more time to spend there.
I could recommend it to anyone and was surprised to see only one other person with a camera !
1/125th @ f11
You must have been lucky. I just did a search for kynace cove and found..."Kynance Cove near Lizard Point is probably the most painted and photographed place in Cornwall". I'm heading down to Cornwall this summer and might make a detour down to the Lizard.
Nice shot, BTW. I like the f/g and you've probably done as much as you can with what looks like a dull sky.
The sky was just a kind of bright grey so I tried to zing it up a little, I wanted to get down here at silly o'clock but family had other plans....
Great shot... how did you do the sky bit btw... I have a few shots from my trip to Dover on Friday, but the sky lets them down big time... tips would be gratefully received...
To bring out the sky I duplicated the layer and set blending to multiply then adjusted the opacity to suit (masking out the FG) then did the same with a colour layer taken from one of the flowers.
I'm sure there is a better way to do this and someone here will no doubt let us know
brilliantly captured. congratulations
Fantastic scenery. Ness
Very well composed, I like the colourful foreground and exposure in the cove and sky looks good.
Great composition. Looks a bit blurry on my monitor - a bit of sharpening might have helped.
Nice shot still though
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