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SPLASH

By vonny  
Another sea shot ,took this last november, the sea was very rough but great fun to take pictures of.
What do you think?
exposure :1/600
iso: 100

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Voters: User_Removed, mohikan22, georg and 13 more


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17 Mar 2006 4:55PM
good timing
mohikan22 Plus
16 2.3k 2 United Kingdom
17 Mar 2006 10:55PM
cracking shot. got a similar myself. well done for sure as i know it can take many shots for one goodun.

matt
AlanBW 14 20 England
18 Mar 2006 12:26AM
Well captured action
AlanBW 14 20 England
18 Mar 2006 12:26AM
Well captured action
georg 16 4 South Africa
18 Mar 2006 2:21AM
A photo worth watching and it deserves lots of clicks!!
Im getting behind on making comments, but I will catch
up when time is more freely available!!

Georg
TessC 15 1 Ireland
18 Mar 2006 9:57AM
A Lovely one. Similar to todays conditions. Well done!
Rock 18 10 2 England
18 Mar 2006 10:20AM
Looks Fierce !
Did you have a paddle ?
Rock
vonny 14
18 Mar 2006 10:26AM
Thanks everyone,
Your right Matt it did take a few shots this was the only really good one i got , but will keep trying for more
thanks againSmile
shifti 14
18 Mar 2006 12:22PM
All you need is a !crash of cymballs! to go with this great timing - Well done
MArk
mrsdaffy 15 16
18 Mar 2006 12:38PM
One of these days your going to drown......... God I'm going to miss that camera...... LMAO

Another beaut Sis.. Smile

Mags
JCowlan 15 England
18 Mar 2006 1:03PM
Good follow up image

well done

James
KBan 15 512 4 United Kingdom
18 Mar 2006 1:26PM
spot on
keith
sunshot 16 24 United Kingdom
19 Mar 2006 7:14AM
this shot deserves a lot more clicks, very well captured.

marc
vonny 14
19 Mar 2006 9:26AM
Thanks all ,
Mags i'll throw it to you before i go.LOL
alexanderL 14 3
20 Mar 2006 10:14AM
excellent capture
oppo 14 6 2 Scotland
20 Mar 2006 2:01PM
Great timing
Nigel_95 Plus
14 262 2 United Kingdom
21 Mar 2006 1:22PM
Great timing and well frozen water. Well done. Are you sharpening your images after re-sizing? I ask because although the action is frozen, the droplets look a little soft. This is not intended in any way as critisizm.

Nigel
vonny 14
21 Mar 2006 1:41PM
Glad of any and all comments Nigel ,i need all the help i can get .I'm not very good at ps yet so thats a no to sharpening, but i have Mags (mrsdaffy) & Tess on hand to show me .
I'm going to drive them nuts lolSmile
Nigel_95 Plus
14 262 2 United Kingdom
21 Mar 2006 2:05PM
Yvonne, I am very much a beginner in photoshop as well. That said, I feel I have learnt a lot in the seven weeks since I joined epz. I have PS elements 3, so I can't be sure how relevant the following is to you. Anyway, after re-sizing to a width of 500 pixels, click on filter, then sharpen, then unsharp mask. Set the pixels at 1, the threshold at 1 (leave these here for this size image) and the percentage slider at (say) 50%. move the slider up and down and note what happens. When you are happy, save the file. The downside of sharpening is that it increases the file size. Have a play and see what you find.

Nigel
vonny 14
22 Mar 2006 10:47AM
Thanks Nigel ,i have pse 2 but i will try this .Smile
yvonne

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