Porth Nanven

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  1. bishopsmead

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    Hi,

    My first post into the Critique Gallery. Please give me your honest appraisal.

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    Many thanks!
     
  2. simnine

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    Interesting capture. I thought it was a 3d rendering when i first saw it. Looks straight out of some fantasy videogame.
     
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    I really like the textures and colors. You can definitely tell you live in an "old" country. Nice shot.
     
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    wow... that's an incredible shot... it does look like it was taken straight out of a video game or some CGI animation sequence.

    where was this taken? i'd like to visit it one day. the lines in the stones are all so perfect!
     
  5. LaFoto

    LaFoto Just Corinna in real life Staff Member Supporting Member

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    This is a photo to fall in love with!
    I really really like it, the lines of the washed out rocks, the colour of the moss (algae?), and the fogginess of the water through long exposure. How did you manage to keep the camera steady? I can't see where you could have stood to put up a tripod. But then you may also have framed it so well!?!?!?
     
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    Christie Photo No longer a newbie, moving up!

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    I'd hang it on my wall... proudly!

    Good eye for light.
     
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    Awesome shot! I really love the lines and colors you captured, great composure!
     
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    Love the flowing lines and the composition. The softness of the water looks like fog or something. Really nice.
     
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    Really, Really amazing, I love the juxtaposition between the crisp outline of rock and the hazy water. and I love the earthy greens, blues and browns! Superb!
    Noah
     
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    what all ^ these peeps said! :thumbup:
     
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    Out of this world!!! All the elements are seemingly in place. Post all the details.
     
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    Location: Porth Nanven near Land's End, Cornwall, UK

    Canon EOS 300D + kit lens
    Exp: 13s f/16.0 (acheived with 3 ND filters and a Polarizer).
     

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