Praia do Furadouro

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    Furadouro //
    Ovar, Portugal //
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    1. flasher40 111 months ago | reply


      Creativitity = 4 Composition = 4
      Colours.... = 5Capture....... = 5
      Rated Total 18
      i love the waves...it adds a lot of texture to the picture...i also like that there is different layers....you have the rocks then the sand , the water the sky.....eeven thought the right side of the sky is a little bright i don't think it deters to much from the picture...was this straight out of the camera? nice job

    2. Jón Pálma 111 months ago | reply

      Very beautiful capture!!

    3. npal141 111 months ago | reply


      Creativitity = 3 Composition = 4.5
      Colours.... = 4 Capture....... = 4
      Rated Total = 15.5

      Great composition in this shot and I love the range you captured. The over exposed sun was a good idea but maybe a little too over exposed. I would have liked to see a little more detail in that part of the picture as well as a touch more in the rocks in the foreground. Overall I really enjoyed your photo.

    4. Joker 74 111 months ago | reply


      Creativitity = 3 Composition = 3
      Colours.... = 4 Capture....... = 3
      Rated Total = 13

    5. Glenn Dixon Visuals [deleted] 111 months ago | reply


      Creativitity = 3 Composition = 3
      Colours.... = 3 Capture....... = 4
      Rated Total = 13

      You have captured the lighting on the water really well. I too think the sun is a little too overexposed. The horizon seems slightly tilted toward the left and is a little distracting. I wouldn't mind seeing a little less sky and a bit more of the rocks in the foreground. They add a really interesting dynamic to the image. Really great capture!

    6. margaret_pap [deleted] 111 months ago | reply

    7. Precious_photos 111 months ago | reply

      Rated 3.5/5 by the Rate My Landscape Group

      I do like the image but I think the sun blows out the highlights a little too much for me.

    8. F.d.W. 111 months ago | reply

      Rated 4/5 by the Rate My Landscape Group

      The sky is a bit to bright for me, try using a split ND filter, or under expose a bit and then lift the dark parts of the image a bit (using fill light).

    9. Simon Sait 111 months ago | reply

      You've done really well to spot this shot, the composition looks great, with the rocks in the foreground and the beautiful sea and sky behind.

      As mentioned above this shot is really ruined by the exposure. Obviously this is a very difficult scene to expose for, with a large dynamic range. As a result your exposure is a compromise with the rocks in the foreground underexposed and lacking detail whilst the sea and sky both suffer from overexposure with blown highlights.

      As suggested above a graduated neutral density filter may have helped with this or alternatively if you had used spot metering you could have taken two shots, one metered for the sky and sea and one metered for the rocks in the foreground and then blended the two exposures in post processing in order to create the perfect image.

      Rated 3/5 by the Rate My Landscape Group

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