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This was taken at Porth Leven during the storms at the week end. It was Storm Force 10, a tripod was impossible so I used 400 iso to get a faster shutter speed and hung on tightly.
certainly see the power of it
wow that some sea
Very dramatic shot.
we were there over Xmas & New Year.......
those days were thrilling enough & I can image (even now, in the comfort of our Woodford Green home) the intensity of the experience you have successfully portrayed...
it is very difficult indeed to show scale unless as is always suggested, you have something to measure against (a boat/surfer&the ilk) but mercifully, nothing but the relentless, dominant Atlantic surge.....
Sums up the past few weeks on the coast.
You could've gone to ISO 3200 and still been ok
Whoa, those are some serious waves ! Have you thought about creating a "letterbox" type crop to take some of the foreground out to concentrate the eye more on the upper two thirds of the frame where all the action is ? Great shot and the seagull provides a good sense of scale as to how big those waves are !
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