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Taken along the coastal trail, near to St Andrews, Scotland.

Canon 40d, Sigma 10-20 @ 20mm, f/11, 1/80s, iso 100

*updated 27/8/09 - recovered blown highlights of previous edit, toned down the rock's bright contrast, and used a different sharpening method
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I'm in the process of getting files ready to print for my portfolio, and digging through my folders came across this one which I clearly missed first time round...

I miss having the beach nearby :(

West Sands beach in St Andrews, Scotland, at sunset. Photo taken in March 2009.
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The entry to our village early one morning...
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St Andrews cemetary/ cathedral grounds.. it's a shot I've been wanting for a while since I messed up a pano stitch last year.. this time I didn't need to bother shooting to stitch as I had a wide angle lens along with me.

Canon 40d, Sigma 10-20 @ 10mm, f/8

*updated 30/8/09 - totally fresh process for print - I softened the extreme contrast, removed much of the distortion, applied fewer filters, sharpened with a different method for web and made the final image a little larger.. enjoy!
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A no frills shot of an early evening winter landscape in rural Perthshire, Scotland.

I hardly did anything to this, just a couple of very minor adjustments... otherwise it's pretty much straight out of camera.

Judging by the state of the trees that's it for autumn for another year, winter has arrived..
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* updated 13/7/10 - fresh edit of this shot as I needed to tidy it up a bit for entry to LPOTY. More natural orange tones, different crop, better web sharpening, slightly softer contrast.

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Another shot from that morning's sunrise looking down on the Warwickshire countryside. Home sweet home =)

Not sure, but I think I prefer this to the previous one, and probably have one more angle in landscape format to post at some point soon.
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Photo taken on West Sands beach in St Andrews, Scotland.
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Another one from up in the Scottish hills in rural Perthshire.

Hopefully this will be one of the last submissions I'll make with this crappy old telephoto, I've got my eye on some variant of the canon 70-200 f4L... :)

From the same morning as:


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*17th July 09 - updated

This one was long overdue a re-process... I have replaced the haloing and whacked out colours of the previous HDR version with this exposure blended one. I also decided to change the name from "An Icy Dawn" to "Frozen Sunrise"...

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Another one from yesterday's trip to Anstruther, down on the beach among the icy rock pools. From the left you can make out where water had been trickling down, but we found it turned to ice along with the pool. On this occasion I concentrated on shooting the beach and sunrise in a wider sense but there's great potential for abstracts with the contours of the rocks and low morning light.. a return visit may be on the cards at some point...
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Its not often that my images are directly influenced by others but I was encouraged to shoot snow in this predawn light by this shot by David Clapp: [link]

Certainly my shot isnt on quite the same level, but still its nice to have something completely different in my gallery.

We dont get snow often here in the southwest of England. When we do get snow there has rarely been good light, so this was a very exciting morning for me. If only the good light could have lasted longer.

The blue colour was from the blue sky...The White balance was set to 6000K, warmer than velvia. I actually slightly desaturated this one.
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