- AnimalExplorer (1997)
- [2007-04-26 18:55]
So many cool things to look at in this beautiful picture. Is this HDR using multiple exposures? Either way it is fantastic. You do so well from foreground to background. :)
- vizion (166)
- [2007-04-26 20:22]
Colours are just great, so is your point of view. Soft gentle light and a good depth.
- PaulH (13882)
- [2007-04-27 4:19]
outstanding shot, nice foreground interest with just the right amount of movement in the sea to retain detail yet keep that feeling of motion. I'm curious as to what time of dsay you took this and what the lighting was like, as i've been trying similar shots myself recently.Also thinking about buying the same lens too...
thanks for sharing,
This is a most dramatic and a very exciting shot to look at! Excellent POV, sharp focus and beautiful colours. Brilliant!
I wonder how much PP you've done?
TFS and regards, Ulla
- wallhalla15 (13829)
- [2007-04-27 5:46]
I love your landscapes. This is another great picture. Excellent POV, framing and sharpness. Great colours, exposure and compostion. Thank you.
- marioana (1481)
- [2007-04-27 7:08]
Lovely sense of movement and great composition and colour. Another beautiful image. Well done.
- Debz (3307)
- [2007-04-27 8:04]
Hi Stephen, lovely shot of the coast. You are a master at these landscapes. Wonderful POV, perspective, colour, light and sharpness.
- Evelynn (14454)
- [2007-04-27 15:50]
I love your composition and used of the wide angle lens, Stephen. I'm not too sure about using such a slow shutter speed on this shot.
Evelynn : )
- horia (16656)
- [2007-04-28 5:01]
Another fantastic coastal shot from you, my friend!
I'm guessing the title wasn't picked randomly...your tripod must have been quite close to the edge :)
Another terrific composition and a great water-effect shot!
I really like the usage of the two filters here and one can definitely see the benefits of that in this image: the FG rocks are nice and bright (atteractive some good attention) while the BG (sky and coast) are well toned down in term of exposure.
Bravo and TFS
- jossim (12636)
- [2007-04-28 7:08]
Belle prise,l'ambiance est dramatique avec ce ciel nuageux et l'effet donné parle tourbillon d'eau en avant plan est superbe. Félicitations pour cette belle composition.
- SunToucher (11162)
- [2007-04-30 6:31]
This is probably one of those locations that Wellies are needed together with a some braveness. It did gave you a wonderful spot where your low POV shows the height fo the cliffs perfectly. I really like the difference in rock color. As you mentioned yourself, the colors in the clouds are a little too much altered. But besides that the clarity of the entire photo is wonderful.
- Aramok (5166)
- [2007-05-05 5:47]
I remember some of those drops from my travels in Ireland along the west coast and I guess this is why I like this shot so much.
The pattern in the water and the light are just excellent. and the composition as usual spot on which goes without saying...
Not too sure about the black frame on this one though, but it is the picture I am looking at and enjoying so very much.
- ClarkeRobinson (182)
- [2007-07-29 5:51]
Stephen, I'm loving these Antrim Coast images. The post-processing you do on them really makes them stand out from the crowd. The wide angle lens & filter combo really increases the dramatic surroundings. Ok, I'm biassed too as you're taking superb images of my favourite place on Earth. I'm from Armagh, not Antrim, but just love that stretch of coast. We're really blessed with such stunning scenery on our doorstep.