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Tidal Riverside

Discussion in 'Landscape' started by Jelster, Jun 12, 2018.

  1. Jelster

    Jelster Premium Member

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    I visited Riverside Park, down in Kent (UK) last weekend. It's an area of mud flats & salt marsh, really important for wildlife, but I went down with the T2 & 10-24 f4. Here's 3 from the day.

    Tideline
    I'm in 2 minds about this one. I wanted to capture the lead in line from the high water mark, but I'm not sure it's worked.

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    Beached
    This wreck is just off of the beach. My intention was to shoot it with my Big Stopper ND filter, but I managed to leave it at home (yes, we've all done it....). I think if I had got a 10-15 second exposure it would have looked quite different.

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    Abandoned
    I wanted to catch the solitude of this wreck out on the mud flats.

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    Thanks for looking...
     
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    I like the first one the most. What lens are you using?
     
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    Thanks Tone, I was using the XF10-24 f4. Love the lens, but I won't part with my 16mm f1.4....
     
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    could discuss more details of each shot, but i think the overall impressions you were going for showed in the images. TX for explaining your shots. not many posters do that
     

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