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Morning Sea Foam on the Rocks

 
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Feb 18, 2010 10:22 |  #1

a trip up to Flagler Beach Florida, a very COLD morning for Florida, thermp read 34 deg in the car, there were frozen puddles in the parking lot and frost all over the handrails,, your comments are greatly appreciated ;)

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Feb 18, 2010 10:53 |  #2

Love the shot!

What PP did you carry out if you don't mind me asking, di you use a GND?


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Feb 18, 2010 12:22 |  #3

awesome! How long was this exposure?


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Feb 18, 2010 13:00 as a reply to  @ macgruder's post |  #4

A great image;)


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Feb 18, 2010 13:40 |  #5

Just stunning. I just love the contrasting textures throughout. The misty water. The jagged rocks. The smooth sky. :-)


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Feb 18, 2010 13:41 |  #6

beautiful...just beautiful!


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Feb 18, 2010 13:53 as a reply to  @ Robbierob's post |  #7

dicky2988 wrote in post #9633499 (external link)
Love the shot!

What PP did you carry out if you don't mind me asking, di you use a GND?

PP was somewhat limited to some dodge and burning, color enhancements in Adobe Camera Raw and sharpening, this image was shot in RAW format with a Canon 40D, Canon 10-22 wide angle lens with a Singh Ray Warming Polarizer and a 2 stop GND filter, tripod mounted

macgruder wrote in post #9634063 (external link)
awesome! How long was this exposure?

exposure for this shot was 25 sec

Thanks again for all the comments ;)


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Feb 18, 2010 14:01 |  #8

Superb photo!


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Feb 18, 2010 14:03 |  #9

Very nice!! I guess it was worth getting cold for this shot.


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Feb 18, 2010 19:59 |  #10

Nice work, Jim, I like it a lot. Sure looks like it was frozen.


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Feb 18, 2010 20:27 |  #11

Very nice! I love the way the water looks on the rocks...

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Feb 18, 2010 21:44 as a reply to  @ bps's post |  #12

Beautiful shot!


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Feb 18, 2010 23:15 |  #13

That's a lovely one Jim. While the composition is good, I was thinking of a tighter crop from the top of the sky. Anyways, just a suggestion but, I think it would look good both ways. :)




  
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Feb 19, 2010 01:20 |  #14

solid to very solid...




  
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Feb 19, 2010 06:28 |  #15

thanks for the comments everyone,, Yes Julian, I agree with you , someone pointed that out to me on another forum as well , a crop just above the cloud line worked very well there,,
thanks again for commenting everyone !!

a cropped version

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