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Here's another photo from my recent England trip - this time from a new location to me: Burton Bradstock. These are some really cool limestone cliffs that offer plenty of photo opportunities...and also PLENTY of getting wet opportunities :) (i know Paul and Ewan are laughing if they read this :) )
Hope you'll like it and thanks for visiting :)
I also have a TOTALLY NEW version of my website so feel free to check it out and see some more photos :
www.horia-bogdan.com (some parts are still under development but will be up and running soon)
EXIF data :
Camera: Canon 400D
Lens: Sigma 10-20mm f/4-5.6 DC EX HSM
Filters: B+W Circ Pol. + Hitech 0.6 ND Grad.
Focal Length: 10mm
Shutter Speed: 1/10 sec.
Metering Mode: Pattern metering
Exposure Bias: 0
TOD: about 11 AM
Weather conditions: cloudy
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- [2010-10-28 13:38]
Superbe prise de vue et magnifique couleurs. Bravo pour la qualité.
Hi Horia. Nice capture in slow shutter and the rock formation is unique. Beautiful choice of tall frame and the erosion on the wall creates pleasing texture and details. Thanks for sharing and have a nice day. Regards - Jusni
A beautiful piece of harsh nature photographed quite expertly and tastefully Horia, your good choice of f/16 plus a wide-angle lens provided a great depth of field here, while the slow shutter speed rendered a silky feeling to the wavelet in the foreground. Good combination indeed!
- [2010-11-16 13:33]
i wonder - have your shoes dried out yet?? The soaking you recieved was well worth it though, you got much better shots than me! Great use of the stone in the foreground - you really managed to get something with alot of drama and interest, and given the harsh conditions we had that day, that's the sign of someone who knows what they're doing!
all the best and bravo.
(gonna get me some hi-tech filters :o)