Wild Water at Wembury
|Copyright: Robert Smith (bobsmith)
|Date Taken: 2016-01-02|
|Photo Version: Original Version, Workshop|
|Date Submitted: 2016-01-02 7:32|
|[Note Guidelines] Photographer's Note|
|It has finally stopped raining and I took the opportunity to get out and take some photos. Luckily I went to Wembury because the water was wild. I just waited for the sun to make a brief appearance and I snapped away.|
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- [2016-01-03 2:08]
The definition an the could and water makes this photo. The orange hue on the left adds interrest and creates a distant attraction. you handled the light very well as there is good definition in all the darker rocks and no over exposed areas. Horizon placed on the top third works well and the bigger wave breaking the straight horizon add more impact.
Is the dark spot in the top right sensor dirt or a water droplet?
After the rain ... It is an endless theme, I like your approach.
I would like to go as far as the sea and smell the sea spray ... inspiring.
I like this pov and the timing for the sun appearance.
Superb and wild atmosphere.
Clarity and depth well shown and a good definition of light and dark.
- [2016-01-03 13:42]
The sea appears to be pretty rough and feels like clouds are thrashing it through rain and wind. You've beautifully caught the orchestrating nature. Well done. Thanks for sharing.
fine rocks, fine waves, wonderful seascape, dynamic image.
What about my workshop?
Thanx for sharing.