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Slow Wave

By kel55
evening all , down coast this morning took load of long exposure shots in windy conditions , thought i had lots off good stuff but most were blurred , might need to invest in a decent tripod , this was one of the usable (but less interesting shots , ) cheers for taking a look , hope u all have a good Xmas , Kel

Tags: Coast Long exposure Dawn Landscape and travel

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24 Dec 2013 8:20PM
Still a good image, Kel, despite your reservations.
It's not surprising you had a few blurred images with the weather we've had today!
Sprouts are nearly cooked!WinkWink
Have a great Christmas mate.

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jasonrwl Plus
6 1.1k 10 United Kingdom
24 Dec 2013 9:35PM
I like it! Happy Christmas Kel. Hope 2014 is a good one for you.
nonur Plus
7 17 11 Turkey
25 Dec 2013 1:39AM
I think it is a fabulous image.
ColleenA Plus
4 319 4 Australia
25 Dec 2013 10:30AM
Stunning shot Kel....maybe Santa will bring you a tripod...Merry Christmas
jacquig 2 3 United Kingdom
26 Dec 2013 12:12AM
I love the tones in the colour palette, and the composition. A lovely image, Kel. Happy Christmas. Smile
AnnaBanana 10 119 1 United Kingdom
26 Dec 2013 6:52AM
I like it. Roker is a favourite spot of mine for photos.
almiles 7 38 102 United Kingdom
26 Dec 2013 8:54AM
Nice water movement in the FG and good colour too, gives a fine semi abstract feel and the pier and lighthouse look very sharp at this size of view. I think you should be happy coming away with this shot.
dudler Plus
13 464 881 England
26 Dec 2013 9:48AM
Actually, this is very eye-catching, and a slight lack of sharpness is not necessarily a bad thing...

I'm conducting a war on excessive sharpness (well, strictly, excessive sharpening), and even got to the point of blogging about it on here. There was a response, quoting Henri Cartier-Bresson - "Sharpenss is a bourgeois concept."

For some pictures, razor sharpness is artistically necessary, and satisfies the craftsman inside us. For others, it's irrelevant.

But it is good to have the choice, and a Benbo can be your friend: while they aren't the lightest or smallest tripods, they are versatile, and pretty solid, as well as being British... You do feel a bit of a fool on a landscape course, carrying one in your hand, where everyone else has a nifty carbon-fibre thing that folds up to half an inch long, and weighs less than a credit card...

By the way - the title is as lovely as the shot. It sets an expectation for the picture, which is thoroughly fulfilled!

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