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nuts 10 Netherlands
20 Apr 2007 11:10AM
nice compo and scene i like this grt aj

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naifud 10 Scotland
20 Apr 2007 11:15AM
Great photo - like the reflections.
Kim Walton 13 145 30 United Kingdom
20 Apr 2007 11:17AM
Nice sharp,uncluttered shot with great colour.
Kim Walton 13 145 30 United Kingdom
20 Apr 2007 11:19AM
Just noticed the "HDR"---how many exposures,to me a strange subject with the waves---but its worked!
NeilM 10 England
20 Apr 2007 11:25AM
like the fg texture & the reflections, well taken.

Neil
Tandberg Plus
14 1.2k 2 England
20 Apr 2007 11:26AM
Like the clarity
Good colour and comp too
Nice one
Dave
pmorgan 10 217 13 England
20 Apr 2007 11:56AM
Lovely image, superb work!

Rgds
Paul
mhaseman 10 608 1
20 Apr 2007 12:06PM
Excellent composition which led me to more nice work in your p/f. Nice job.
Cheers, M.
20 Apr 2007 12:08PM
very nice!
Joline Plus
10 27 53 United States
20 Apr 2007 12:20PM
Gorgeous. The composition is fascinating. How many images did you use? Lovely work.
Brenty 10 12 United Kingdom
20 Apr 2007 12:33PM
Beautiful capture. Conveys a strong sensse of mood. Love it.
20 Apr 2007 12:38PM
Thanks, appreciate the feedback. I'm pretty new to HDR, so I'm just experimenting at the moment. I tend to take 5 exposures (-2, -1, 0, +1, +2) as I did for this shot, though I'm going to try and restrict it to 3 so I can use autobracketing.

Cheers,
Gav
ericfaragh 13 138 4 United Kingdom
20 Apr 2007 12:51PM
Good use of perspective, nice treatment.
Hanners Plus
11 875 10 Ireland
20 Apr 2007 1:35PM
one of the best HDR's I've seen

CLIX
20 Apr 2007 2:44PM
Excellent work.
rossi 13 142 11 England
20 Apr 2007 3:30PM
You clicked to allow modifications, but IMHO it doesn't need any, spot on image.

I have found that sometimes its better to use 6 bracketed shots with an extra stop at the underexposed end of the scale. I have also found that sometimes its worth doing 2 stop increments instead of just one, just occaisionally it gives really nice contrast results, so its always worth a try whilst your there taking the 'normal' HDR set.

But in this instance youv'e got it just right.

Ian
frads 10 7
20 Apr 2007 4:25PM
Great shot! Here's your 30th and Award winning click!!! Cheers, Frads.
MikeBonsall 11 474 3 Guernsey
20 Apr 2007 5:50PM
Did you also use grad filters on this? The reason why I ask is that there appears to be a grad type line across the lower part of the groynes. Plus I would have though that by shooting HDR you would have retained more detail in the groynes which look almost black to me.

Mike
dathersmith 10 554 12 England
20 Apr 2007 5:57PM
Great shot, lovely colours and composition.

Darren.
Buffalo_Tom Plus
10 2.3k 9 Wales
21 Apr 2007 7:15AM
Beautiful detail and composition.
Tom.
21 Apr 2007 8:18AM
No grad filters used for this one either. I must admit that I've burnt some of the darkness in on this one.

Thanks,
Gav
Jasbe 11 116 England
21 Apr 2007 4:12PM
nicely composed, good silhouette.
Jason
3 May 2007 6:49AM
Beautiful colour and excellent exposure, well captured, Adrian

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