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Staithes

By VintageRed
Another from the picturesque village of Staithes. It's facing the same direction as yesterdays upload but taken from the footbridge. I liked the light on the buildings and the boats in the foreground. Of course, the water being in also makes for a very different feel.

As always thanks for looking and for your comments.

Nick

Tags: Staithes Landscape and travel

Voters: pmorgan, lullphotography, LesF and 38 more

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Comments


pmorgan 14 217 13 England
8 Jun 2007 6:27PM
Superb wide angle image!

Rgds
Paul
LesF 15 182 9
8 Jun 2007 6:39PM
Like it better than the other Nick, but thats me.

Les F
MikeH 16 218 4 United Kingdom
8 Jun 2007 6:40PM
Wondered when we would get boats! This is a good view especially with the tide in,
Mike
Alison_S 15 339 United Kingdom
8 Jun 2007 6:41PM
Makes a great follow-up to your last upload Nick.
Love the light and textures on the stonework.......lovely colours and comp too.

Ali
8 Jun 2007 6:43PM
Its very picturesque Nick, love the old stone wall, fine image, Adrian
Barbaraj 14 450 England
8 Jun 2007 9:16PM
The many different colours and the light make this for me.
stevemelvin 15 675 2 United Kingdom
8 Jun 2007 10:07PM
Nick, I like the light and composition in this - as before it's good to see an original take on Staithes!

But there are a couple of technical things that are a little distracting for me - firstly, it seems slightly wonky, leaning to the right a little, probably exacerbated by the wide angle diverging verticals and the fact that some of the houses are probably wonky themselves! For example, the reflection of the middle house is not directly under the house. My other point is that there seems quite a bit of noise, in particular in the sky.

I hope you don't mind me making these comments - they are meant to be constructive and are made very much as a fan of your work!

Steve
VintageRed 15 15 1 United Kingdom
8 Jun 2007 10:17PM
Thank you all.

Steve, I always appreciate and indeed value honest feedback - thank you for taking the time to do so. You're right about the noise - The shot was taken on 400 ISO and it has a tendency to a little noise.

As to the distortion, of course using a wide angle lens wide open is always risking some distortion although some of that is down to the age of the buildings I'm sure. Can't honestly give you an explanation about the reflection except perhaps for the angle of the viewing position.

Ultimately, I put this one up because I liked the colours and the composition with the boats in the foreground. Thanks once again for your comment.

Nick
stevemelvin 15 675 2 United Kingdom
8 Jun 2007 10:34PM

Quote:I put this one up because I liked the colours and the composition with the boats in the foreground


And neither of those points can be faulted! Glad you took the comments the right way.

Cheers,
Steve Smile
chrissd 15 304 United Kingdom
9 Jun 2007 6:07AM
great reflections and lighting, buildings that old are supposed to be wonky
chris
Herge88 14 40 6 England
9 Jun 2007 8:54PM
Lovely composition.

Best Matt
Pegon 16 78 1 England
9 Jun 2007 10:02PM
Well composed and nice warm light, Nice shot.
Pete.
oppo 15 6 2 Scotland
9 Jun 2007 11:44PM
It is a good follow on shot from your previous one. Composition and detail just as good as the previous.

Phil
DYankee 15 6 United States
10 Jun 2007 10:56AM
Great details!
I like the way the balance of light and shadow works beautifully to enhance this photo to a higher level and keep all the interest within the frame.
Dawn Smile
backbeat Plus
15 134 1 United Kingdom
10 Jun 2007 8:48PM
Made for printing out and putting on the wall

superb

phil
Tooth 16 5.8k 227 Ireland
11 Jun 2007 9:49AM
I love the rickety feel of this, Great exposure control. I kind of agree with Steve above - while the "wonkiness" adds to it, the non-matching reflection is a bit offputting. You could try a straighten using that middle house as a guide. Then again, I like the way you've just got the mooring post in bottom left..
hey, it's lovely Smile

Stephen
phototime 15 8 United Kingdom
12 Jun 2007 11:15PM
Another fantastic shot,beautiful.


Mo.

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