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Lindisfarne in motion

By jeronius
More big stopper playing, sorry......

Basically looking for advice on the darkened edges, taken with a canon 17-40mm L lens and 5d mrk 2

Hope you are all well, and thanks so much for noticing my previous upload.

See ya'll after Skye.


Tags: Big stopper Lindisfarne castle Landscape and travel

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lianna 6 13 United Kingdom
13 Apr 2011 10:09PM
love the movement you have captured in the sky here x x

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Steve-T 9 56 66 England
13 Apr 2011 10:13PM
Hi Jerry - good to see you back posting some pics - like the big stopper sky! Steve.
andylea 8 37 1 United Kingdom
14 Apr 2011 12:30AM
brilliant comp jerry cracking deail a real belter nice one Wink
h4rsx 6 17 5 United Kingdom
14 Apr 2011 9:25AM
Nice shot jerry. Re. the dark edges, you can try a couple of things post processing, one is the vignetting tool, PS and most photo editors have this or in PS5, if you select 'lens correction' under filters, it allows you to choose what camera you have aswell as the lens, then you can can tick the vignetting box aswell as the geometric correction ie. lens curvature, can't remember the exact term, it also has a 2nd tab which allows you additional control over the vignetting. I hope this helps. Grin
TrevBatWCC Plus
8 12 10 England
14 Apr 2011 2:37PM
Cracking capture, Jerry, of this delightful location Smile
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banehawi Plus
12 1.5k 3530 Canada
14 Apr 2011 5:25PM
Try shooting without the lens hood just to see if it solves the dark edges issue, - it might well be that the hood is creeping into the shot. As mentioned above you can use the lens correction tool if you have a version of Photoshop that has it, and it allows you to compensate for a vignette. I would flip the image horizontally first as the tool may be more effective.

Its a decent shot, but on my monitor it appears overly saturated.


GarrathE 8 4 United Kingdom
16 Apr 2011 9:09PM
Love the composition and the exposure, with the darkening to the edges. Not sure about the blue colour balance, but that could be my warm memories of the place! Wink

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