wow ... nice..,
good shot ant timing,
great colors in this shot,
I like the title too,
Nice moody, calm and balanced composition, James. I do like the movement of the waters in front and the way it builds a triangle leading the eye to the sea and an obviously amazing sky. For a perfect one you should flip the horizon of about 0.75 degrees counterclockwise as well as correct the colours. For me, there's a bit too much magenta at the wave most left and too much cyan in the lower parts at the clouds to the right. Regardless, spotting the scenery with these amazing lights and 'long' exposure: my thumbs up.
Hi James, wonderful shot! Too bad you dont give us any information about the details of the picture, like the filters etc
- broadcaster (1421)
- [2006-12-10 17:37]
A very good exposure time, nice colours.
TFS and regards.
- Martynas (3399)
- [2006-12-10 18:06]
Excellent as always Jim! Spot on exposure and composition!
- caledonia (31)
- [2006-12-10 18:41]
Lovely capture Jim,
You must have caught the few short hours of good weather yesterday. Lets hope we get some high pressure soon with some snow.
- Kiwis (13118)
- [2006-12-10 18:47]
Nice shot! Wow! Great colors and compo.
- Marie-Jose (1662)
- [2006-12-10 20:58]
Hi Jim, Yes it looks like velvet. Excellent composition, great sharpness. Very very nice!
Keep shooting. Marie-José
Great WOW photo james. Perfect exposure & timing. Natural colors are breathtaking. If you can share your settings please. :) thanks.
- Enayatimr (163)
- [2006-12-11 0:42]
very nice shot , best colors & compo & exposure & timing.
thanks for sharing.
- puffy (16653)
- [2006-12-11 2:38]
Nice shot James,
Excellent captured, great POV, composition and colours, excellent details on the rocks too. :) Very well done, thanks for sharing
- SunToucher (8380)
- [2006-12-11 4:05]
Excellent work on the shutter speed, the exposure and the composition. You captured beautiful action in the bottom and stunning colors at the center and top. Maybe the horizon is a tad too centered, but the balance is there.
- coasties (5654)
- [2006-12-11 4:43]
Brilliant work. Love the effect from the slow shutter speed. :-)
- DarkoG (30)
- [2006-12-11 13:48]
Good seascape with dramatic wave in foreground. Good work.
- abramhowitz (808)
- [2006-12-12 17:18]
Hello James,nice to meet you!!
This is an exellen shot,i could see the great work you did here,frame,brightness,color are very well managed here.
I think you did something cool.
Regards and hope to see you more :)
- Soundsangels (13995)
- [2006-12-12 17:41]
- Rob (1455)
- [2006-12-14 15:45]
Hi James, i really love the lighting in this, a mixture of moody and calm. Your pictures always amaze me. :)
- riddler (259)
- [2007-02-12 0:19]
Wow! This photo is absolutely perfect! From colors, composition, light and even the timing for the wave to strike the rock! Everything fell into place! Great shot! :)
- nunenik (1890)
- [2007-02-28 17:24]
I love the splash of water on this one.
And the sunlit rocks look so nice :)
- neverlandkids (2319)
- [2007-03-11 16:23]
so beautiful! beautiful sky and sunlit rocks. i love the blurred water then the splash onto the rock right at the end
This is perfectly composed, set and well just so well delivered. The water does seem to be smooth as velvet... looks almost like milk. :) I love that golden tone on the rocks... and the sky in that subtle mixture of blues. Very nice image.
beautiful composition. great color tones! great effect of a long exposure! very well done. tfs
- Bogdan011 (112)
- [2007-03-25 13:53]
- Jong (3168)
- [2007-11-20 19:51]
excellent. great composition and lighting, i like the sun rays on the rocks
- shelbeesmom (58278)
- [2008-02-28 9:31]
Can't say that I've ever seen a more FUN photo! The splash at the front sends chills...good chills and chills of fear for your camera! Hope you didn't get any salt water on it! Just incredible Jim!
- Patricia (2719)
- [2008-05-22 0:42]
Hi James, I like this very much. Excellent colours, composition and great timing.Well done!! Regards, Pat.
- juanpecan (94)
- [2009-10-21 1:49]
the blurriness of the crashing waves, the stillness and sharpness of the clouds, the sun on the rocks...you wrung every inch of greatness out of this sceene.