At Beach

This topic contains 7 replies, has 7 voices, and was last updated by  Fabio 5 years, 7 months ago.

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  • #99139

    Fabio
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    This one was taken with a Nikon D5000 at around 7am.

    http://www.flickr.com/photos/[email protected]/9389471516/

    DSC_0612_lzn

  • #99142

    Walter Lustig
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    Flickr says: This photo is private. Oops! You don't have permission to view this photo.

    As this has happened before here, I think you would need to change the privacy settings.

    Really would like to see the larger version.

    You seem to go for the “silky” water effect, but I don't know if there are any areas in yr pic in focus like the rocks for example … therefore the high-res version would help.

    Pls provide settings and any details on the image as well as what yr intention was, what you think worked and what did not … which lens respectively which focal length did you use …

  • #99154

    hilarie
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    the foreground is lovely. I do find the horizon a bit bowed though. I might try to tone down the sunspot or give the sky a bit more drama.

  • #99166

    Ehpem
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    I too find the horizon distracting, if you can straighten out the distortion that would help a lot. I think I would have shot a longer exposure in this setting to get a smoother effect with the water, but you may have been wanting the water to look like this. Pretty nice shot though!

  • #99215

    Suheil unneen
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    The horizon is distorted
    Apart from the slightly silky water, in the foreground, there is nothing much to hold my interest. My eye keeps flicking to the top portion

  • #99243

    Stewart
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    green and yellow seascape? Meh… it's different but it just doesnt float my boat :/

  • #99271

    Richard Taylor
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    Consider correcting the curved horizon and controlling the exposure (of the sky etc) by using a ND grad filter.

  • #100405

    Fabio
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    Decided to try it with B&W…

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