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Alnmouth boat clouds

By jenkins75
This image was taken using a Sony alpha 200 DSLR and a tripod. I took the picture in manual settings and also used a codin z121m gradient filter. The image is a HDR and i created this on photomatix.

Tags: Landscape and travel

Voters: IMAGESTAR, jonah794, Ian-Munro and 6 more

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jonah794 8 1.7k 11 United Kingdom
5 Nov 2009 10:23PM
fantastic photo well edited! Welcome to EPZ Smile

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Ian-Munro 10 200 15 Wales
5 Nov 2009 10:57PM
Welcome and this is a great image, the processing is good. One little tip if I may, it would look a lot more pleasing to the eye if all the boat mast was in frame. This would apply most of the time for boat images. Watch out for reflections too, make sure you get all the mast in on them as well.

Great image though.


teocali Plus
10 441 18 England
5 Nov 2009 11:54PM
Wonderful light and tones. Great advice from Ian (TROOPER).
KarenFB Plus
12 5.0k 171 England
6 Nov 2009 7:05AM
Hi Michael, welcome to EPZ.

A gorgeous initial upload, I love the cloud formations you've captured. I also really like the point of view. I do agree with Ian though, seeing the whole of the mast would have improved the image.
6 Nov 2009 7:16PM
thank you for the advise guy's
gperry 10
7 Nov 2009 7:41AM
Great image, looking forward to more of the same during this project. Well done
Beladd 8 7 Ireland
15 Jan 2011 4:33AM
Learn the basics and Get composition right first. Best results when shooting for Photomatix. Is Bracket at -2, 0+2 for 3 shots on tripod? Set aperture priority and use only manual focus . Play around with photomatix adjustments and Photoshop. And the end of the day with any camera or software donít revert for the easy way out which is auto, because you can be more creative with your own instants to create your own style instead of a manufactured photo created by software.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,Pad

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