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Robin Hoods Bay

By damianlinley  
Another shot fom Robin Hoods Bay. I took my time with this, ND grad filter and polariser used, not like my previous one which was a hand held quick few shots on the way back to the car! Just shows you really, thanks all for the great comments on that one!!!

Having a few problems with sharpness, they look sharp when I'm taking them, but not quite there on the PC. Any advice would also be helpful, as sharpening in PS is not ideal!

comments and critique appreciated
thanks
Damian

Tags: Landscape and travel

Voters: yjjeep, GillyB, arnieg and 22 more


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ColouredImages 17 47 35 United Kingdom
12 Dec 2005 1:00PM
An absolute beauty damian
Mike
landandlight 16 46 Scotland
12 Dec 2005 1:01PM
Excellent capture, and great lighting
Fantastic!!
IanFlindt 17 740 21 United Kingdom
12 Dec 2005 1:28PM
Beautifully captured light, Damien. This is making me wish I had found the time to visit the place!

Thanks for your comment on my Saltwick Bay upload. It's not an easy place to find. If you're heading north towards Whitby, there's a small country road to the right - just as you're approaching Whitby - with a signpost directing you to a caravan site. The road itself takes you up to one caravan site, which you ignore and drive past. Shortly after that, there's another road to the right, again signposting you to a caravan/holiday home site, and you need to take that road. This is a dead end road that leads to the aforementioned, rather unattractive holiday site. Saltwick Bay lies at the foot of a cliff just below that holiday site.

All being well, this should help.

The place is a must! One of the most remarkable landscapes I've ever seen.
mrsdaffy 16 16
12 Dec 2005 2:08PM
Eek spooky,(in a good way)Then I went to the large version, Wow! wish I could capture light like that.I tend to view brighter pics,your commenting on mine led me to look at yours and I'm glad I did,I've been missing out... Mags
TelStar 17 116 United Kingdom
12 Dec 2005 2:56PM
That's a great version looking back at the place; superb light.
Morpyre Plus
17 1.6k 8 Wales
13 Dec 2005 10:21AM
beautiful looking photograph - i really like the balance of light that creates a wonderful atmosphere. the shadow area is exposed at a good level to see the details while the area of sunlight really makes that part jump out.

keep up the great work.

i really want to do landscape photos when i finally get my 350D or 1Ds mkII and want to use filters such as ND's and a polariser, shall have to ask your advice nearer the time so i can get the great atmosphere of many of the images on epz.

peter "morpyre" turner
damianlinley 17 10
13 Dec 2005 12:19PM
Thanks everyone, especially Ian for the directions! Maybe see you there one day.
Damian
Norma Plus
16 7 United Kingdom
13 Dec 2005 12:35PM
Lovely light effect, sharpness looks ok to me
Norma
arnieg 18 704 England
14 Dec 2005 12:42AM
excellent light and sharpness well composed
image really needs viewing in the large format to see all the details
arnie

thanks for the comments you have left on my portfolio much appreciated
GillyB 17 317 8 United Kingdom
15 Dec 2005 12:23PM
Superb light and fg detail!
gill
yjjeep 18 13
15 Dec 2005 3:30PM
Beautiful photo with outstanding lighting.Great job.
MalcolmS Plus
16 1.2k 13 England
18 Dec 2005 11:29AM
Great lighting on this.Superb detail
Malcolm
Retnyap 17 28
13 Jan 2006 8:10AM
This is a great shot is that evening or morning light my guess is evening? The light is captured beautifully, brilliant timing.
Davey P.
damianlinley 17 10
13 Jan 2006 9:14AM
Thanks Davey,

This is morning light, approx 1 hour after sunrise one chilly sunday morning!

Damian
Kelvin 20 5 United Kingdom
1 Mar 2006 3:18PM
I get the same probs with sharpening in p-s, looks ok on the camera but not on the pc,I find greater sharpening adjustment and control since shooting in raw format,nice pic never the less!
AlanBW 16 20 England
9 Mar 2006 5:40AM
Very impressive shot

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