Beach Shots

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  1. skieur

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    Beach shots usually end up as too flat which is why I tend to look for verticals in the foreground, mid ground or background to provide more depth and perspective.

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    Nice, did you use a graduated filter here?
     
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    Hai Very fine shoot. But I think you had under exposure.
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    Very nice photo!
     
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    Under-exposed by only 1/3 of an fstop and only because of a tendency to blow out highlights at full exposure.

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    We were having intermittent showers all day long with some sun out even during the rain. I considered using a graduated filter but I was already at 1/120 of a second at f4 and was not keen on dealing with reduced exposure from using a filter.

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