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Berrow Down headland

By mikewatson
This photo was taken last weekend at Brean sands showing Berrow Down headland. It was a really windy afternoon but the light was in favour.
The headland is important as a former 2nd world war look out. On the far right is an old fortress used at that time but now derelict.
The photo was taken with my Nikon D80 using a Sigma 17-70mm lens; F8 @ 1/500 and ISO 100.
I have processed the raw file in Adobe Photoshop and added a little levels and sharpness with high pass filter.
I do try to get it right in the camera but this is not always achieved, so some Photoshop help is needed sometimes.

Tags: Landscape and travel

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CathR 9 151 564 United Kingdom
5 Apr 2011 10:12AM
It's a competently taken shot Mike. Good exposure both for the sky and the foreground. The sky has lots of beautiful tones. There look like some interesting patterns in the sand - perhaps somebody has driven over it ? I would tried to make more of this feature - perhaps get down a bit lower to give you a different perspective.

best wishes

Catherine

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5 Apr 2011 7:41PM
Thanks both for your comments.
As I was taking the photo there were sand buggies going up and down the beach which contributed to the lines in the sand.
paulbroad 8 114 1034 United Kingdom
5 Apr 2011 7:56PM
You have obviously selected and darkened the sky, but not blended it well with the foreground. There is a white line all the way across the image between sky and foreground. The result is also a slightly flat image which could actually be very pleasant.

Paul

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