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West Wittering

By olbell
Thanks for the comments and clicks from the last upload.

This is another shot taken from my visit down to the Witterings near Chichester. I think I have slightly suffered from the colour cast you get from using Cokin ND grad filters! If anyone has good tips on removing it fully I would be grateful!

Ollie

Tags: Beach Sand dunes East head Witterings Landscape and travel Sussex coast

Voters: NobbytheNobster, clicknimagine, nimmo47 and 18 more


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Comments


13 May 2010 1:02PM
Good shot, nice composition.
Ricky.

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nimmo47 8 6 England
13 May 2010 1:13PM
composition and tones exellent, well done.
excellent composition, nice blur on the water, well done!
Paulo
PeelNStick 12 4 United States
13 May 2010 2:43PM
Good light, depth and camera positioning.
olbell 9 47 1 England
13 May 2010 3:32PM
Many thanks for your comments. Ollie
andylea 8 37 1 United Kingdom
13 May 2010 4:49PM
great comp cracking colour and detail love the moody sky a beauty ollie nice one Wink
andy
Steve-T 10 56 66 England
14 May 2010 5:47PM
Like the f/g pebbles and movement of the sea. The groyne takes the eye into the mid ground and towards the light coming through the clouds. The bit that doesn't really do anything is the groyne support which tends to distract the eye out of the picture. My "ordered" mind wants to see where is attaches to the main groyne - may be that is just me! In terms of the colour cast - I am not sure there is one but there are some tests you can do - find a white point and black point in the image and check the numbers. Instinctively, I see the seaweed green as a bit too yellow which would suggest a lack of blue in the image. Generally if I am not sure on colour casts, imaging software has an auto colour option - although not perfect it is pretty good at picking up and correcting bias in colour - I often using it to sense check what I am doing. If it make it better fine - if not, undo it an carry on!
Hope that helps. Steve.
olbell 9 47 1 England
14 May 2010 6:37PM
Thanks for the advice Steve. I see what you mean about the groyne support looking at it now. Perhaps I will upload an similar shot with more of the groyne!

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