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eos3 13 41 Wales
3 Feb 2005 3:41AM
Stunning composition, lovely shot.


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riprap007 13 1.6k 37 England
3 Feb 2005 3:42AM
so many good shots today already, this is certainly one of them too IMHO, excellent colours, details and exposure
eophotos 13 26 United Kingdom
3 Feb 2005 3:43AM
A nice seascape. It's shame you did not use the polariser to remove the wet water/reflections on the foreground rock as this is distracting. Otherwise it's a cracking shot and a very good effort! Good use of ND grad filter or am I mistaken...
jond 13 34
3 Feb 2005 3:43AM
Absolutely gorgeous. Thanks for your comments yesterday. Your seaside shots are all superb.

Tony_M 14 342 England
3 Feb 2005 3:46AM
Nicely composed with good timing. Nice to see that you used the sunset, rather than try to fill the frame with it.

Pete_g 13 327 United Kingdom
3 Feb 2005 3:46AM
Atmospheric shot. Click
3 Feb 2005 3:47AM
great exposure, great shot
willf1 13 51
3 Feb 2005 3:49AM
Thanks for your great comments.

Olivier: I went out and forgot all my filters so couldn't do anything about it. I took two seperate exposures and combined them in CS afterwards to retain detail in the sky.
lobsterboy Plus
14 14.9k 13 United Kingdom
3 Feb 2005 3:51AM
Beautiful shot with nice muted I uploaded a mod to fix that Smile

Thanks for letting me play.
clairabella 13 92 Austria
3 Feb 2005 4:51AM
Beautiful shot - love the foreground and colours.
rnixon 14 180
3 Feb 2005 4:55AM
The lighting is fantastic. The movement in the water is great. Did you get your feet wet?

3 Feb 2005 5:10AM
Lovely Smile I'm guessing, though, that you didn't use any Lee/Cokin filters to darken the sky? You might have got more detail in the rest of the shot if you did. I'm not sure if that would have made it better, but I'd have been interested in the comparison..
jules41 13 197 United Kingdom
3 Feb 2005 5:19AM
WOW,this is amazing Tony.I love the capture of the water,it looks so smooth,yet theres so much detail and light in the surroundings.Perfect.
claret 13 49 England
3 Feb 2005 5:45AM
Looks great to me.
Click Iain
johnjrp 14 432 5 Australia
3 Feb 2005 5:47AM
Liked this but not the rock in the FG. Had a play with it. click. John
tigerminx 13 237 South Africa
3 Feb 2005 6:01AM
Great PS work to retain both the highlights and shadows. A great image overall. Love the movement in the water.
gwynann 14 72 United Kingdom
3 Feb 2005 6:39AM
keithh Plus
14 25.4k 33 Wallis And Futuna
3 Feb 2005 7:22AM
The rock makes it.
Lovely shot and comp, Tony. Click
ericfaragh 14 148 4 United Kingdom
3 Feb 2005 10:00AM
Great shutter speed, lovely light and colour. Well done.
pebbles 14 106
3 Feb 2005 10:31AM
Great capture Tony, full marks for not shooting the sunset, but getting the wonderful colour of it reflected on everything else !

Rob_Taylor 14 661 5 Wales
3 Feb 2005 11:57AM
Great light on the rocks, well done
jasonewell 13 34 United Kingdom
3 Feb 2005 12:20PM
This is superb. I love the effect of the blured water contrasting with the rocks.
gwyn h 13 432
3 Feb 2005 2:00PM
Superb work Tony, like it as it is.

3 Feb 2005 4:42PM
A lovely photo, well taken.
John_Duckett 13 386 2 Norfolk Island
4 Feb 2005 1:56AM
This really is a wonderful piece of work. Beautifully done

john short 14 25 United Kingdom
5 Feb 2005 2:17AM
lovely colour and lighting, very gramatic
stevebutler 13 122 England
12 Apr 2005 7:53AM
Loads of interest here. The lighting to the left of the shot is incredible.


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