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Strumble Head, South West Wales
Cropped down to about 20% of the original which is in landscape orientation.
1/60th @ f/22
Circular polariser + X121S ND Grad
All comments welcomed.
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A bold composition. Why iso 400? Looks like it was a fine sunny day, 100 would have avoided grain.
Thanks for looking and the comments.
Malcolm: in answer to your question Why ISO 400? this shot is hand held hence 1/60th, f/22 as the original includes foreground grasses, the combination of the polariser and ND Grad meant that I had to up the ISO to get a usable shutter speed.
Right up my street this one: wonderful coastline, lighthouse, seagulls and a photograph that's just that bit different with good presentation to boot.
Could see this on my wall - love it and the gulls make it (goes without saying, really!!)
Courageous crop, I can appreciate that. It works for me - even the thumbnail looked right. I have a few very narrow walls at home - it would look perfect there...!
excellent shot like the format .andy b
Looks good to me. Well done.
Ah I see. thanks for that.
Really like the format, would look great large and on a wall.
Magnificent, crop works really well. Ann
Super shot Adrian, like the way you've cropped and presented it too. Well done.
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