|Copyright: William Durham (PoorColdBoy)
|Date Taken: 2015-12-22|
|More Photo Info: [view]|
|Photo Version: Original Version|
|Date Submitted: 2016-01-02 14:52|
|[Note Guidelines] Photographer's Note|
|The coastline of California, just north of San Diego (La Jolla) is rugged and irregularly shaped because of coastal erosion. The soil is soft, and the waves and rain runoff create unusual shapes in the shoreline.|
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- [2016-01-02 16:18]
A good view of the erosion along the coastline, I am surprised you have everything in focus with such a large aperture (f2.2) - I see now that it was taken with your iPhone, a good result but there is a magenta colour cast on the sand and sea
- [2016-01-03 2:01]
Nice bright sunny days as always a temptation for photos. The green plants is a good contrast for the otherwise very yellow/orange surrounding area. The texture on the rocks and sand is OK but can do with a bit more contrast. Unfortunately the white foam on the water is burnt out and without any definition.
It seems to be a interesting coast line however your image does it no justice.The image is overexposed, lacks detail and has no focal point.
Another artistic view William by great details and fantastic vanishing point all compo is well placed progressively BRAVO WILLIAM DURHAM