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Spurn Head Sunset

By VintageRed
This one required a little more post processing to bring back the f.g. but I think it just squeaked through. Does anyone have advice on taking well exposed sunsets? - is it a case of using the ND grads again? All comments welcome.

Tags: Sunset Landscape Yorkshire Spurn point Landscape and travel

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riprap007 17 1.6k 37 England
26 Mar 2006 11:22PM
magical placce and great capture
redstag 15 100 15 United Kingdom
26 Mar 2006 11:28PM
Like the patterns in the beach here. Goes well with the sunset colours.
Jon
26 Mar 2006 11:28PM
Good capture...Beautiful sky and I love the foreground patterns present in both sand and grass. Well done
ericfaragh Plus
18 149 5 United Kingdom
26 Mar 2006 11:32PM
Good exposure, nice detail and colour.
GillyB 16 317 8 United Kingdom
26 Mar 2006 11:37PM
Lovely fg textures and lights on the horizon!
gill
Dotrob 15 Wales
26 Mar 2006 11:53PM
Good shot,great sky.
Dot
AlanBW 15 20 England
27 Mar 2006 12:07AM
Stunning image, could almost be a painting
PeterBee 15 35 5 United Kingdom
27 Mar 2006 1:25AM
Must be viewed large to fully appreciate - Stunning!
Wooly 16 112 4 England
27 Mar 2006 2:06AM
This is excellent, doesn't look like you need much advise.
I always use a ND Grad for my sunset/sunrise shots. Usually a cokin 121s, sometimes I stack it with another 121 but that does create a tint that is not to everyone's liking.

Alan
terry_cavner 16 332 United Kingdom
27 Mar 2006 2:06AM
Excellent................
VintageRed 15 15 1 United Kingdom
27 Mar 2006 2:20AM
Thanks Alan - helpful advice. I'm trying to get it right more of the time before the processing stage if I can. Nick.
mark494 18 3 England
27 Mar 2006 2:30AM
If you are shooting with a tripod, then you can make one exposure for the sky and one for the foreground. Then blend them together in photoshop. This way you can make the exposure transition follow the skyline more accurately.

Mark
rnixon 17 180
27 Mar 2006 2:42AM
I like the colours in the sky and the foreground texture, but to me it lacks a focal point.
Yes, I would still use ND grads. I think it's best to get it as right a possible in the camera. Others will disagree of course...
Richard
VintageRed 15 15 1 United Kingdom
27 Mar 2006 2:47AM
Thanks guys. Nick.
John_Horner 16 12 2 England
27 Mar 2006 3:11AM
Lovely colours that are well captured. In a very nice image.
Kim Walton 18 145 30 United Kingdom
27 Mar 2006 4:08AM
This needs to be seen Large,Great sky ,forground intrest,5***** image.
MikeH 16 218 4 United Kingdom
27 Mar 2006 4:57AM
Superb shot Nick,the detail in the F.g is spot on.Yes a 121s would have made a stronger sky but that is being picky , this is the best of your east coast series so far.
Mike
27 Mar 2006 11:24AM
Great Shot Nick. Another classic.
Chris
IMAGESTAR 15 7 United Kingdom
22 Apr 2006 12:48PM
Very Nice image Nick.
Brian
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fabz 15
10 May 2006 2:31AM
Very nice image, I'm a bit of a sucker for sunsets and the sea...

Fabian

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