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By IanBurton  
This was the pre-dawn display on Sunday morning. Not much of a sky but it was good to visit here as it's been a while. Here I have hand blended two exposures, one for the sky and water, other for the houses and cliffs. I choose to hand blend as the grads proved difficult to work with and I would have lost too much detail. I did have a go at the magic cloth method, got some reasonable results, but I think I need a little more practice with that one Wink

Tags: General Landscape and travel

Voters: phillG, MarkBroughton, RLF and 14 more


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phil99 Plus
9 45 6 United Kingdom
24 Sep 2013 11:14AM
You must have been about early .A fine shot and slightly different viewpoint to the norm ....Phil

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24 Sep 2013 11:19AM
Thanks Phil. I was out extra early as I wanted to investigate a few different positions before settling on this one (well spotted). Will return hopefully to a sky with a few clouds about Wink
24 Sep 2013 1:44PM
A lovely shot Ian, nice light, must visit there again myself when its high tide.

Regards

Stephen
oll1e Plus
8 57 2 United Kingdom
3 Oct 2013 12:20PM
like the viewpoint Ian ,but the cliff edges look over sharpened .Hope you don't mind me mentioning .Smile
3 Oct 2013 1:13PM
Not all Ollie I appreciate your honesty. The sharpening is very minimal so it's probably down to my hand blending technique as I have little experience with this. I think I've been too harsh with the brush settings when bringing in the sky and rushed it a little. Live and learn Wink

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