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Durdle Door 2

By beeza410  
Many people miss this smaller doorway when looking the other way to the more spectacular Durdle Door

Tags: Dorset Durdle door Landscape and travel Wildlife and nature Durdle door beach

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Lynamick 14 2 31 United Kingdom
24 Nov 2011 10:30PM
I found the image to be a bit flat, so I ran it through levels to correct it. In the mod I have cropped out the extra bit of cliff and I have removed the bit of rock from close to the small cap in the cliff.
I hope this helps.

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beeza410 6 32 1 United Kingdom
24 Nov 2011 10:59PM
Very good mod, thank you for your input
banehawi Plus
12 1.4k 3461 Canada
25 Nov 2011 3:00AM
This is an extremely blurred looking image Stan - very soft. Your speed setting looks good, and its completely out of step with your images, - you certainly know how to use your camera, so Im wondering whats wrong.


I will sharpen in a mod, but I dont think it will make a load of difference. Does your original look better than it does on here Stan? That may give me a clue.


Loaded mod, - no amount of sharpening can improve this, - I have to assume the camera wasnt properly focused on the cliff when the shot was taken.



Willie
paulbroad 8 114 1034 United Kingdom
25 Nov 2011 7:57AM
The main fault is the unsdharpness, which is considerable. Shake I think, even at the speed you used. The image also needs some brightness and contrast. If you didn't use a tripod, you needed to, then the flatness could be corrected in software.

Sharpening only works well with lens blur - it is difficult for sharpening to deal adequatly with shake.

Paul
banehawi Plus
12 1.4k 3461 Canada
26 Nov 2011 6:12PM
I have to agree with Paul having tried to remove motion blur, - its most likely shake.


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