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The Sunrise That Wasn't

By rowarrior
So we all got up at 5 am, we all trooped off like dutiful little landscaping sheep to see the sunrise at Llanddwyn Islans and... we all failed to see the bl**dy sun rise!

Still, gave me a chance to have a play with my 10 stop filter. Sorry, now that I discovered quadtone/tritone/duotones, you're also going to be getting a lot of b&w variations too for a while Wink

C&Cs welcome Smile

Tags: Landscape and travel

Voters: comma, RogBrown, Roly and 8 more

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comma 8 108 6 United Kingdom
14 Oct 2009 8:58PM
This has a very attractive tonal quality. the water and sky complement the greens/browns/yellows on the land and shore. just a thought on the use of the ten stop filter, (ok this is kind of cliched but...) I might have been tempted to get a bit closer to the waters edge and try for stronger impression water movement over the pebble beach, which is nice and sharp in the image. lovely work. I must get one of these filters.

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RogBrown Plus
9 3.1k 10 England
14 Oct 2009 9:16PM
Katie, trust me. Stick with us grandads. It's much more fun!

Quote:now that I discovered quadtone/tritone/duotones

Now, if you said baritones I would have sung New York New York for you!
rowarrior 8 4.4k 9 Scotland
14 Oct 2009 9:28PM
Thanks guys. Stuart, the water started much closer, but after 2 15 minute exposures the tide had gone out somewhat! (this was the second one)
Roly 9 Wales
14 Oct 2009 9:45PM
Nice bit of 10 stoppery.Must get one of those.
Wooly 11 112 4 England
15 Oct 2009 9:50AM
Itís a shame the weather was against you Katy, at least you got a bit of an insight into what the nonseascapeographers were up to. Wink The 10 stopper looks interesting.

alansnap Plus
12 577 26 United Kingdom
16 Oct 2009 12:33PM
HI, I like both, but I prefer the mono. That said I'd crop a lot of the beach leaving a square image. I think that improves things.

Hope you're not too sicky bad. Smile

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Strobe 9 1.3k United States
19 Oct 2009 7:58PM
I like the treatment in V1, the low colours gives the image a feeling of isolation
User_Removed 8 1 8 United Kingdom
23 Oct 2009 12:31PM
love both versions!


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