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

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naifud 11 Scotland
20 Apr 2007 11:15AM
Great photo - like the reflections.
Kim Walton 14 145 30 United Kingdom
20 Apr 2007 11:17AM
Nice sharp,uncluttered shot with great colour.
Kim Walton 14 145 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 11 England
20 Apr 2007 11:25AM
like the fg texture & the reflections, well taken.

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

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
11 30 53 United States
20 Apr 2007 12:20PM
Gorgeous. The composition is fascinating. How many images did you use? Lovely work.
Brenty 11 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.

ericfaragh 14 149 4 United Kingdom
20 Apr 2007 12:51PM
Good use of perspective, nice treatment.
Hanners Plus
12 875 10 Ireland
20 Apr 2007 1:35PM
one of the best HDR's I've seen

20 Apr 2007 2:44PM
Excellent work.
rossi 14 142 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.

frads 10 7
20 Apr 2007 4:25PM
Great shot! Here's your 30th and Award winning click!!! Cheers, Frads.
MikeBonsall 12 474 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.

dathersmith 10 559 12 England
20 Apr 2007 5:57PM
Great shot, lovely colours and composition.

Buffalo_Tom 11 2.3k 9 Wales
21 Apr 2007 7:15AM
Beautiful detail and composition.
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.

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

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