I've just finished three days of great workshops. I ran a black and white workshop on Friday, and a two day Creating Dramatic Images workshop over the weekend. We spent Saturday morning talking through a variety of topics, but headed out for a shoot in the afternoon. It had been raining for most of the morning, and was really windy, but by the time we went out the rain had stopped. The waves were crashing against the sea wall, the clouds were fantastic, and we all managed to get some great shots.

The best I've seen from the shoot so far was taken by Ian Mylam. I'm sure it will make its way onto his website soon, but in the meanwhile he's posted it on Facebook. As I'm sure you'll agree, it's a great shot :)

As for this one: I probably would have taken it anyway, but couldn't resist the "Libby Love You Too" :)

Oh, and I've also added this one as this week's Mini-PSD.

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3.41pm on 17/9/11
Canon 5D Mark II
EF 24-70mm f/2.8L USM
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1/250
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+2/3
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100
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