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White Roller Coaster Cliffs.



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waynecook
 
waynecook May 27, 2016
Whoooeeee! So Pretty!!
juliebyrnewzwaters
 
juliebyrnewzwaters May 28, 2016
Many thanks every1 for viewing my photos, & for your awards, & lovely comments. best wishes to every1.
marjoriebertelsoncearley PRO
 
So very beautiful!
Pixellphoto
 
Pixellphoto June 18, 2016
Well chosen viewpoint.
juliebyrnewzwaters
 
juliebyrnewzwaters July 28, 2016
Many thanks for awarding me with the summer selection award. Best wishes to all x
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Beegirl September 01, 2016
Very Nice capture

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Behind The Lens

Location
This image was taken down at Durdle Door, Cornwall while we were on our annual family holiday year of 2012.
Time
I took this on Sunday 26th August 2012 at the time of 2.01pm.
Lighting
I always use a really good polarizing filter for my DSLR camera. It's always best to get a good well known brand on filters to get the better quality images you wont. When I took this photo I made sure that I position myself so that I was not in direct sun light, so that my image would not bleed in much unwanted, & flared light. This time of day, at this particular point of Durdle Door, the sun was shining from an angled left side of the cliffs, which was perfect to light up the White Cliffs & the people below. So no flash was needed.
Equipment
I used a Cannon EOS 7D DSLR Camera with EFS 18-200mm Image Stabilizer Lens / No tripod / hand held / setting as follows; Exposure time 1/100, F-Stop F22 / Focal Length 40mm / Metering Mode pattern / White balance Mode Manual / Exposure program Manual / ISO 250 / Elements Landscape / Colour Representation SRGB /
Inspiration
I was inspired to take this photo because, the way the natural elements of it's surrounding & the weather over the years gone by. It has made the White Cliffs naturally reformed themselves, which looks like to me, it could almost be a roller coaster ride. All of the surrounding colours of the green luscious fields on the top of the White Cliffs, with the reddish coloured sands below, also with the lovely blue sea rolling in gently was a the perfect image for me to take. Topping on the cake as we "say" was having just the perfect sunlight at the time of day.
Editing
Yes I did use post-processing, but only a very small amount as I do like my photos with more of the natural look. I only used the Microsoft Windows Photo editing program, just to add a little added contrast, & adding a small mount of sharping the focus.
In my camera bag
I normally carry in my bag is Cannon DSLR Camera either EOS 70D or 80D / Cannon 18-200mm image stabilizer lens / polarizing filter / Cannon Ultrasonic 75-300mm lens / Cannon Speed-lite 430EX11 Manual Portable flash / small white light canvas box sock / spare batteries /small hand touch / some mixed filters/ cleaning cloth / extra memory cards / Samsung Galaxy EKGC200 / Cannon Marco 100mm Fixed EF Iimage Stabilizer Ultrasonic Lens / Tripod.
Feedback
If a image interests you go ahead & take it. "What have you got to lose?" Just play around with some of the setting give it ago, as you might impress yourself with the out come. No two cameras are the same, they can vary from each other via settings modes & colour of the images. You might have to take a few pictures to get the ideal end photo shot you want. Always try different views & angles, & play with the light source that is available to you. "Don't be afraid to have ago at taking photos. If you have editing programs you can do so much to your final image, but remember to much editing can be to over powerful & make your image questionable "is that really real!" We Say "Practice, practice makes perfect!" A good way of trying some new if you have never used any camera in manual mode before. Take a photo using a camera in camera auto, view the information settings which is always within the image a of that photo. Recreate that same image, you can do this by using the information settings or as close as you can, to set up a manual camera using the ISO, Shutter speed, focal length, exposure program, white balance, elements program, F-stop number, you will be surprised with your own photo shot which should almost the same or even better. Once you do this more than a few times you will get the hang of it & will bump over time auto settings. Best thing of doing photo in manual is that you have soul done it yourself, & you can tap yourself on the back for a very well done. Once you have got to grips with it all you can play around with the sets more to create low-key shots by making your photos darker, high-key by making more light without flaring & blowing the light too much to, moody shots. "JUST GIVE IT AGO WHAT YOU GOT TO LOSE?" "THE BEAUTY OF DIGITAL PHOTOGRAPHY TODAY IS THAT YOU CAN DELETE ANY PHOTO AT ANY TIME & START AGAIN."

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