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A photo from a couple of years back at Godrevy Point in Cornwall. The crashing waves were spectacular and great fun to try and photograph
Love the crashing wave! Great pic.
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You could get killed standing there! People have.
Brave or foolhardy - doesn't matter much with such a good shot!
Don't worry Bill, I had Paul Sutton stood next to me, he's built like a sea defence barrier
So I've heard!
Great picture! Good drama and detail, really like this.
Very well captured..
Quote: Don't worry Bill, I had Paul Sutton stood next to me, he's built like a sea defence barrier
Stood BEHIND you mate ... I ain't that stoopid
I wouldn't make a good sea defence though....so you were just thinking of pushing me in then!
This is amazing - very different from the usual seascape. An exciting image!
Ahem ... no comment
Beautiful composition, light and colours and you could not have captured the waves breaking any better, I'm sure: very well done indeed.
Great composition, wonderful light and tones, very well taken and presented,
Love this image, I dream of getting something like this.
Can you tell me what settings the camera was on as all my waterfall pics are a disappointment.
Wonderful capture - well done !
No probs Elaine:
- 1/6th second
- iso 50
- 2 stop hard ND grad filter over the sky (I'm guessing that bit)
Roughly speaking, I'd recommend a shutter speed between a 0.3 seconds and 2 seconds for water movement depending on how fast the water is, and how milky you like the water to look.
Like this a lot, slow shutter speed but no so slow that you lose all the definition in the water. This is brilliant, full of action.
A very different image of slow shutter speeds. A really interesting effect. I like it a lot
Dynamic and well composed, given the conditions!
I love that wave movement; exceptional image!
Eureka soaked again.. but who cares when you manage something this good.
a great shot well taken.
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