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Coastal Rocks

By WilliamRoar
During February half-term, me and my uncle visited North Devon, and more specifically, the coastline between Bude and Hartland Quay. One of the main things we photographed were slow water shots with a 10 stop filter, although I did shoot 5 rolls of film (two 'normal', one panoramic, and two for cross processing). Exposures were between 1-3 minutes.

Post-production of all the images was pretty minimal - desaturation, removing dust-bunnies and curves.

Rest of the photos, including film scans and slow water shots, can be found on my website (link on pf)

Tags: Black and white Landscape and travel


mic 9 1 2 Canada
11 Mar 2012 12:52AM
All in all a great shot. I myself along with the ND filter would have added a Graduated ND filter to help bring the sky inline with the rest of they photo.
This in turn would of allowed you to open up the rocks showing more texture. Remember this is just my thoughts, and what I would have done, each
photographer has there own vision.


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KarenFB Plus
13 5.3k 175 England
11 Mar 2012 7:19AM
The lines have been brilliantly caught. (I'll leave it for more technically adept folk to critique the mechanics of taking the shot, all I know is I like it!) Smile
NDODS 9 5.2k 127 United Kingdom
11 Mar 2012 8:06AM
Lovely image William, keep on clicking.

Regards Nathan
banehawi Plus
15 2.2k 4066 Canada
13 Mar 2012 3:28PM
I like this, a nice shot. If you wanted to emulate the use of the grad, you can tone down the light at the top. I would straighten the post on the left either way. Loaded 2 mods, the second is duo toned.



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