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paskinmj 12 11 1 United Kingdom
3 Jul 2012 8:00PM
Amazing image. Nice clarity and colours.
Matt
3 Jul 2012 8:03PM
Beautiful light, lovely clarity.... Jude
rontear Plus
18 23 9 England
3 Jul 2012 8:04PM
Love the big stopper effect on the waves/motion. Pockets/strands of white in that azure blue Paul. A beauty.
Ron.
sut68 17 2.0k 77 England
3 Jul 2012 8:05PM
Oh, seems a little more vibrant than the original here ... checked Profile and all is well, but the blues look a little more saturated and turquoise. Hmmmmmmmm???

Cheers all though Smile

Paul
geffers7 Plus
10 53 1 United Kingdom
3 Jul 2012 8:27PM
Really nice light and very crisp image.
Geoff
Tynnwrlluniau Plus
11 112 38 Wales
3 Jul 2012 8:36PM
A beautiful image and I really like the effect of the big stopper combined with that wonderful light picking out the detail in the cliffs.
Alun
Richsr 14 91 223 England
3 Jul 2012 9:05PM
Like the light and blues here Paul, good use of the Big stopper
Regards Richard
chris-p Plus
15 75 England
3 Jul 2012 9:31PM
A 'Wish i was there image' ..... smashing
dathersmith 14 565 12 United Kingdom
3 Jul 2012 10:46PM
Lovely light Paul and the Big Stopper has worked its magic well.

Darren.
sut68 17 2.0k 77 England
3 Jul 2012 10:52PM
Thanks guys!!!
javam 16 1.1k 19 United Kingdom
4 Jul 2012 7:02AM
Water does look a bit blue Paul, its a more noticeable tint in the spray in the shadow of the rocks on my screen.

Fine comp and detail with the light picking out the mines nicely. I love Cornwall, but have yet to get a decent image there.
sut68 17 2.0k 77 England
4 Jul 2012 7:04AM
Cheers mate, mine too ... looks fine on the original on-screen, but got saturated on upload ... hmmmmm!!!!
derekhansen 12 210 24 United Kingdom
4 Jul 2012 8:31PM
The long exposure has worked well on the water movement Paul.
Derek
banehawi Plus
17 2.5k 4247 Canada
4 Jul 2012 8:39PM
Nice scenic shot and dynamic range. The whitest area is measuring R=243, G=242, B=250, so a very slight blue in the white.



regards



Willie
sut68 17 2.0k 77 England
4 Jul 2012 9:33PM
Cheers guys.

Thanks too Willie, I was aware of that but and on the original file it looks fine to me. I can't understand the slight saturation boost and addition of a touch of yellow to make the light-mid tone blues look a little more turquoise, particularly noticeable in the sky and patches of sea.

Thought it might be a browser issue and it probably is:

I use Chrome by default and it looks very slightly sat boosted and colour shifted.
Also looked in IE [same issue as Chrome].
Just checked in FF and it's fine - which doesn't surprise me as FF is colour profile savvy.

Seems to me that sRGB profiles are not as 'neutral' as I was lead to believe ... would welcome any suggestions as to the absolute best colour profile to use for web!!!

Cheers,
Paul
chris-p Plus
15 75 England
4 Jul 2012 9:37PM
Had the same probs too Paul...looking forward to the answer to your question too Smile
sut68 17 2.0k 77 England
4 Jul 2012 9:41PM
Perplexing Chris, it's only very slight, but it's there and doing me nut in Sad
banehawi Plus
17 2.5k 4247 Canada
5 Jul 2012 3:33AM
Chrome doesnt do any colour management contrary to popular belief, as Im sure you know.

Try opening a report with the IT guys, - maybe they are doing something theyre not aware of.

Its sRGB for the web, - and FF has a couple of adjustments for colour that you can adjust, - theyre not on by default, so check for FF colour management on Mozilla.

W
sut68 17 2.0k 77 England
5 Jul 2012 7:40AM
Cheers Willie, I am aware that most browsers don't support colour management by default - in particular Chrome. That's the main reason why all my shots are converted to sRGB prior to upload. Uploading a shot with a different colour profile isn't prudent because of this. That said, I can't understand why a shot with an sRGB colour profile should have this slight shift in sat + colour, as the profile is supposedly web savvy?

My FF installation was made Colour Profile ready a while back, but relying on it to display correctly was a little remiss as ordinary viewers [without profiling] would see a 'different' shot to what I had posted.

May look at opening a report, but I have some more tests to do first.

Thanks for your time, much appreciated.

Paul

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