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Low low light

By jeronius
NB.....THIS IS WAY WAY DARKER THAN IT NORMALLY LOOKS ON MY MONITOR!!!!

This is another Saltwick bay shot.....Sorry... This was taken at about 10.30pm, there were only a select few hardy photographers by this time.

Please let me know what you think.
Once again, a huge thanks for all the previous votes , comments and critiques, I am really enjoying the feedback and am humbled by the encouraging comments.
Jerry.

30secs, f22, Lee ND hard grad 0.6 manual focussed on the foreground rocks.

Tags: Whitby Saltwick bay Landscape and travel Night and low light The nab

Voters: kelvin7, stanny, becci_fell and 16 more


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Lorn 6 United Kingdom
16 Jun 2010 9:31PM
I love the ligth reflecting on the foreground, but the yellow look a little harsh for me, but still a very dramatic and eye-catching shot

Lorn

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16 Jun 2010 10:03PM

Quote:I love the ligth reflecting on the foreground, but the yellow look a little harsh for me, but still a very dramatic and eye-catching shot

Lorn



could not agree more, but for some reason this shot is looking way oversaturated on this site.....odd
andylea 7 37 1 United Kingdom
16 Jun 2010 10:37PM
brilliant very very low light capture i like it nice one Wink
andy
17 Jun 2010 12:18AM
Firstly, we'll done for sticking it out, some of the best light can occur after the sun has set.
I do like your other shots from Saltwick, but unfortunately this one feels unbalanced due to the dark cliff, cloud and left of the rock. Did you try one in portrait or even if you don't mind cropping, square may work?
You may be doing this anyway but - Regarding up-loading you could try this. Change profile to Srgb and when saving for web make sure you don't have change to Srgb clicked, otherwise this can oversaturate. Smile
17 Jun 2010 12:35AM
meant to say don't have the convert to sRGB clicked
phil99 9 45 6 United Kingdom
17 Jun 2010 6:12PM
Does lok a wee bit dark but still a nice shot Jerry. Did you take portrait format shot just before this one nad forget to tiurn your filter back round . The left side looks really dark . Forget it if that is wrong as I don't intend toi be too critical ....Phil
17 Jun 2010 9:21PM

Quote:Does lok a wee bit dark but still a nice shot Jerry. Did you take portrait format shot just before this one nad forget to tiurn your filter back round . The left side looks really dark . Forget it if that is wrong as I don't intend toi be too critical ....Phil


Yikes, Phil now you have mentioned it, this could be a distinct possibility.......it was 10.30 and we had been on location sine approx 6.30pm
17 Jun 2010 9:54PM
Dramatic light even if a bit unbalanced.
Pat

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