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Stay in Whitby

Discussion in 'Photography & Video' started by saddler, 12 Jul 2006.

  1. saddler

    Hitman

    Joined: 23 May 2005

    Posts: 518

    A few images I've processed from a quick buisness trip to Whitby

    1)
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    2)
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    3a)
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    3b)
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    4)
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    Any comments or suggestions welcome.

    John
     
  2. Blackvault

    Mobster

    Joined: 5 May 2004

    Posts: 3,908

    Location: Northern Ireland

    Number 1 is sharp and has nice contrast. The eye really stands out! Good job.

    Not keen on number 2

    You might be able to get 3a and 3b to match and make a lovely night pano athough if not its doensn't matter as they are good in their own right, especially 3a.

    Number 4 is good aswell.

    Keep up the good work :)
     
  3. saddler

    Hitman

    Joined: 23 May 2005

    Posts: 518

    3a and 3b are a pano i split to show on here as the original is the wrong shape to show on the web
     
  4. robertgilbert86

    Wise Guy

    Joined: 1 Feb 2006

    Posts: 2,162

    Location: London

    Number 2 looks like you've photoshopped the seagull to be giant!
     
  5. philio16

    Gangster

    Joined: 18 Oct 2002

    Posts: 158

    Location: Manchester, UK

    I love the sharpness and contrast in #1

    the last one has awesome colouring! well done sir :)
     
  6. IceAx

    Soldato

    Joined: 4 Aug 2003

    Posts: 5,822

    Location: Warrington

    Nice pics,

    Hope you had tea @ The Magpie - Best Fish 'n' Chips ever!

    Andy
     
  7. Rich

    Mobster

    Joined: 18 Oct 2002

    Posts: 2,725

    1 and 2 stand out for me, very sharp and nicely composed imho.
    Would be very interested to hear which lens you used for those shots. Looking for a good walkabout myself :)
     
  8. saddler

    Hitman

    Joined: 23 May 2005

    Posts: 518

    The first shot was taken with the Sigma 100-300 F/4 with 1.4x converter on, the rest were taken with the Sigma 18-50 F2.8