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stormy seas creap over

By spanner99
I took this just before a storm hit when the tide was out ona beach in old Hunstanton. I took this with my phone again so youll have to excuse the poor quality

Tags: Hunstanton Landscape and travel

Voters: KarenFB, caotiquemind, MrsS and 4 more

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freds Plus
13 184 England
17 Jul 2007 7:40PM
To much sand, and the sea is running downhill.

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KarenFB Plus
11 4.9k 171 England
17 Jul 2007 8:00PM
Hi Steph! That sky is very ominous, and I can see why it caught your eye!! As I've said before, I don't think your phone does your talent any favours - I can see some gorgeous wave lines coming in, had you used your camera you could have zoomed in and captured them at their best. You have caught some wonderful cloud colours and formations. Also, the horizon is sloping slightly - if you have Photoshop this can be easily rectified. Smile
MrsS Plus
11 4.5k 18 England
17 Jul 2007 10:51PM
Like Karen, I can see why you wanted to take this!
I think what Fred is trying to point out is that perhaps next time you could either compose the shot with a point of interest in the fg or p'haps crop it off afterwards.
Just wondering if you have any processing software that you could use to 'finish' off any of your shots - - I'm sure there's some in school or college?
Lovely colours Smile
Herge88 Plus
10 40 4 England
18 Jul 2007 12:12AM
The colours are great, my only problem is the sloping horizon as the others have pointed out. I don't agree that there is too much sand or no fg interest those details are purely subjective in my opinion.

Best Matt
18 Jul 2007 3:00PM
Great, looks like the film ( Deep Impact ) before the wave came.
RosaB Plus
10 61 2 Greece
19 Jul 2007 7:37AM
Hi Steph!
The colours are beautiful great shot! I agree with everyone about the horizon line. But you don't need to buy expensive software I always use Picasa for straightening my pictures {even though I have got photoshop} which you can download free from google! It will organise all the pictures that you have on the computer and do other simple editing jobs too
Hope this helps

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