Bamburgh Castle shot from a different location, this time about 1.5 kms to the south, on the sand banks I shot my last posting from. I was lucky to find a gap in the sand dunes from which I could catch the sun setting directly behind the Castle.
Very little has been done to the shot post-pro, apart from straightening, slight adjustment of levels, and some sharpening. Shot at ISO 100.
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vinser (6) 2006-04-28 16:36
Hi alex ,
very pretty photograph,but I would have to cut the cloud blue-gray to the top and It would be perfect.
Colours are very wonderful.
Grelibre (1534) 2006-04-28 17:09
Belle composition avec ce chateau qui se reflète dans l'eau !
R2D2 (180) 2006-04-28 18:02
I am with what vinser says. Perhaps I would cropped out the upper part of the picture. But the photo is very good with your current choice of framing too. I specially love the reflections.
well done Alex
Propofol (1790) 2006-04-28 20:29
Very striking colours in this photograph. They say using a circular polarizer into the sun doesn't do much, but I think your colours are a little more saturated than they would be without it, so who knows?
Great shot - well done and TFS
coco (30437) 2006-04-29 7:56
Beautiful colours and good composition.
Well seen and well done.
- Copyright: Alex Braidford (misterB) (2250)
- Genre: Places
- Medium: Color
- Date Taken: 2006-04-27
- Categories: Castles, Nature, Decisive Moment
- Camera: Canon EOS 20D, Canon 50mm f/1.8 I, Microdrive CF+ 2.2GB, Hoya 52mm Circular polarizer
- Exposure: f/22, 1/16 seconds
- Details: Tripod: Yes
- Photo Version: Original Version
- Date Submitted: 2006-04-28 16:24