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Saltwick Bay, North Yorkshire

By RWPhotoGraphix  
Not a landscape photographer by any means, but thought I would have a dabble.
Certainly a better view than the cold wet weather currently.
Thanks for looking,

Thank you to RLF for the user award on my last upload Smile

Voters: TanyaH, bobpaige1, tractor and 8 more

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TanyaH Plus
17 1.3k 409 United Kingdom
8 May 2015 4:30PM
I like your composition and how you've got some great foreground interest in the bottom of the image. There's some gorgeous movement in the receding water - the little riverlets that it's left in the sand and around those rocks is beautiful.

However, there's one heck of a magenta colour caste on my screen, across the whole image ... was that a deliberate processing choice on your part?

8 May 2015 4:55PM
Yeah thanks for the feedback, I thought I toned it down enough but may be a calibration issue. Oops Smile
8 May 2015 4:57PM
Yeah looking at the pic on my phone I think I may need to tune the monitor Sad
TanyaH Plus
17 1.3k 409 United Kingdom
8 May 2015 5:00PM
No worries Ryan Grin I know colour tone is always a personal choice, but thought I'd mention it ... just in case, like ... Wink
TanyaH Plus
17 1.3k 409 United Kingdom
8 May 2015 5:08PM
If it helps, V2 is better but still pretty pink ... especially in the foreground rocks, the sand and the far bit of headland ...
(It probably doesn't help, telling you that, but hey - I'm in a helpful mood this afternoon! Grin)
8 May 2015 5:15PM
Yeah, hopefully look OK here for now as gonna try sort this out, thanks for the help Smile
User_Removed 7 920 United Kingdom
8 May 2015 6:36PM
I love this GrinGrinGrin
gwynn56 8 87 England
10 May 2015 12:58PM
far better than what mine turned out like Sad
Irishkate Plus
10 42 118 United Kingdom
14 May 2015 10:26PM
I have trouble with colour casts when I use filters.
Tried to calibrate my laptop yesterday to aim for colour accuracy
but not a good idea with laptops I was told.
Lovely composition despite colour problems.
Kate GrinGrinGrin

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