Wednesday, 6 October 2010

High Tide - Low Tide









All these photographs were taken in North Devon at the beginning of 2010.

17 comments:

Robin said...

Wow, there's sure a difference betwen high and low.

S. Etole said...

deep, rich color ... beautiful

Montanagirl said...

Oh, just terrific! Nicely done.

LC said...

Found you blog via Sandra at Madsnapper. Photos are fantastic and I have to return to delve more into your photoshop adventures!

T. Becque said...

Very nice. I really like the little slashes of color against the sand on the first photo. I have to say it's very gratifying, as a woman, to see your video on the altered photos of celebrities!

Scott said...

I like these a lot.

ju-north said...

I love these too!

Valerie said...

Superb pictures, especially the one with the prints leading up to the rocks.

Dave said...

these are all glorious images but if i have to select one i'll pick the third.

Sandra said...

3rd photo down is amazing. the fence I really like a lot. I love old things, fences and barns and houses. this one is beautiful. they are all wonderful shots but i love the third one the most

Rocket Man said...

Love this series! I can almost smell the salt air and that reminds me of home.

Elaine said...

Lovely photos of the beach!

Dave said...

Hi,

Regarding your question, im also wondering myself, as you might already know im relatively new in photography and just like a child with so many new toys to play with i would like to try my hands on everything.

i love doing night photography, light painting, macro, long exposure, i also like landscape but i think its more on the adventure that comes with it. But if you're really pushing for an answer, i'd say macro, specially of insects.

Speaking of macro and insects, i've read your Photographing Insects
tutorial/tips and maybe you could help me with this one.

I did this fly photo months back and it is not as neat as i wanted it to be, (specially the body) i used 68mm extension tube+ tamron 60mm f2 macro+ nikon 50mm f1.8 reverse mounted on the tamron + speedlight on my D80. I think im losing so much light with my set-up (extension tube), i have two solutions in mind but can only choose one, dump the extension tube and replace it with 2X teleconverter or keep the extension tube and get myself a dedicated ring flash. Which one do you think is the best to pursue?

Thanks and best regards,
Dave

Genie -- Paris and Beyond said...

What an amazing collection around a theme. I had to enlarge the first to convince myself that these were windsurfers. They are all stunning but I particularly like the horseshoe prints on the wet sand.
Genie

Stephen Baird said...

bravo! these are really great. it is really cool to see your travels.
nikonsniper steve

E Squared and Mui said...

Great series ... I really like the selective coloring in the first one; as well as the third photo and the footprints.

Krista said...

These are great! I love the coean so much!