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Hi made a trek to Bude last weekend and stopped at Hartland Quay on the way down. Used a Lee .9 solid filter and .6 soft edged grad and most importantly a pair of waders
Great shot, wet feet perhaps.
Wow, what a fantastic LE seascape, love your pov, worth getting wet for...amazing photography
Nice shot Jeremy. Looks like you had a lot of fun. Really existing perspective
Outstandingatmospheric seascape. Great POV.
I like the way that you have used the water movement in the composition Jeremy. Great shot with Bags of interest.
Remarkable motion in the water which you've used to great effect, Jeremy. Those trails pull you into the wide space between the rock formations. Terrific.
Just superb matey
Motion in the ocean, a real cracking seascape Jeremy, wonderful comp, mood and exposure.
I just adore those craggy rocks -combined with the water movement beautifully exposed and
that glorious streak of blue in the sky - another stunning image Jeremy.
The timing is just right
Quote: Motion in the ocean, a real cracking seascape Jeremy, wonderful comp, mood and exposure.
Wot he said
This is amazing. water looks enchanting here. Great compo. Well done.
Wow! Stormy drama; that's gorgeous. Love the wave action and the sky detail.
I'd love to have a crack at Hartland at some point, and shots like this just makes me want to go even more!
Excellent water movement and muted palette. Hope you washed your tripod in clean water afterwards. I sometimes forget / don't bother and always regret it.
thanks everyone, its a 4hr drive each way for me Martin but it never fails to deliver ......if youre thinking of going drop me a pm and i'll let you know about the best tide states to go at
Thanks Alun , most of the time I'm in the cant be bothered camp and I have already forked out a lot for replacement parts, I don't think i'll ever learn
A wonderful dynamic rush of water, Jeremy, and the rocks contrast beautifully.
I am still finding my way with filters and when you said you used a hard plus a soft one, was one of them upside down to get more contrast in the sea or were they both used for the sky?
Oh, nice image
Wow, sorry mate not been around. This is stunning, from the clarity in the rocks to that fluffy and soft lighted sky. But the real star is that 1second wash.......top work mate.
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