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Woolacombe Rocks

By steve_fdr    
I took this last weekend in Woolacombe, it was quite a flat dull day but I thought I'd try and boost the atmosphere by shooting HDR. I hope I have made a good balance with the details in the cloud and also not pushing the rocks too much as to make them look unreal. I liked the way the natural rock formation or erosion lead the eye in to the image, thank you for looking.

Tags: Woolacombe bay Landscape and travel

Voters: ANNDORASBOX, Caziwinkles, Canonshots and 7 more

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Canonshots 7 172 13 United Kingdom
19 Sep 2013 8:25AM
Great stuff. This is the right way to use HDR.

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Jocelia 7 2 1 Australia
19 Sep 2013 8:30AM
I do like the way the inprint of the layers show out.
These are side on with much weather showing in there ware.
Take a look at mine and the colours.
Different climate of course, it was around 30c when I took these.
A great shot for you with unusual impact………….Wink
NDODS 7 5.1k 125 United Kingdom
19 Sep 2013 2:53PM
Great point of view, great image Steve...

Regards Nathan GrinGrinGrin
Even if you had not used HDR there is a great lead in line made by the rocks. Well captured.


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