This is the last of my seascape shots from my recent trip back to the UK, and while it's not the most striking of the ones I've posted, I do like it. The good news is that I'll be back in the UK again next month (6th-16th), so should have some more seascapes to post then :)
Love the subtle toning and "new" details that you bring out in this shot. More seascape shots? It feels like Christmas!
ahhh...familiar Chromasia ! I love the (almost glow) light effect you've thrown on the foreground beach/rocks/tripod.
i like the contrast/fresh details the the coloring. fine!
A very calm feeling to this one.
Another puzzling little change... what did the pebble bottom-right do to offend? :) I initially thought composition, but it just dawned on me that it's already quite dark on the original. So I'm guessing it was too heavy after retoning and vignette?
Bob: I often find myself removing clearly defined objects that are on or very close to the border as they can be distracting. In this case it wasn't a big deal, but I thought the image looked better without it.
Intriguing and disheartening. As a beginner, I wonder how many images I will need to contemplate before arriving at such insights! In the meantime I'll keep coming here in the hope you give the odd one away :) Thanks.
Wonderful snaps..specially the detaling to the lighting on thhe beach side is truly impressive
Thanks everyone :)
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