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Filey - Rail Splash

By dynexclick  
Tried to do some blurred water splashes whist in Filey yesterday. I ended up getting wetter than the camera and had to buy some charity shop trousers

Most of the post camera work has been done in Camera Raw which I have only just discovered after researching a problem I had with JPGs shooting blue.

I have been converted to the holly RAW format.

Tags: Travel Water Motion Lanscape Digitally manipulated Blurred Landscape and travel

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5 Oct 2010 5:30PM
Well done guess you will never go back to jpegs nice shot well done


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andylea 8 37 1 United Kingdom
5 Oct 2010 7:43PM
wonderful timing brilliant colour and detail nice one Wink
ejensen21 6 1 United Kingdom
7 Oct 2010 11:07AM
Once you've gone RAW you'll never go back, your jpegs would be blue due to white balance rather than format though, perhaps you've switched to tungsten then shot outdoors.

As for this image, I really like the composition, the railing is a great focal point that leads into the heart of the image. I would be tempted to try a mono version too and again try getting lower down to the floor rather than shootng at eye level.
You also need to watch for straight horizons, especially if the horizon is water, it makes the viewer have the impression that the sea will run away out of the picture if its slightly lop sided.
I may well have to go to Filey and steal this shot soon..

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