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    Hi, I tried a couple things (1) I used a 0.6 soft grad along with Pol. (2) Grad with ND4.
    Taken evening face to the east. Canon 40D 10-22mm
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    Re: Sea X 5

    Wow! I like these shots....very interesting.

    Chuck

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    Re: Sea X 5

    Hi Russell,

    Nice work. I like the colours in #4 over #1 and # 3 over #2. The only comment is the horizon in #4 needs to be straightened.

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    Re: Sea X 5

    Hi, Many thanks for the comments & yep your right the horizon is slightly off.

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    Re: Sea X 5

    Hi Russell

    Still a wee bit much sky, the horizon might be better on the upper 3rd line. I like pic 2 especially, & as well as raising the horizon, I would darken the white patches. I want to get that misty water effect too in my seascapes. Not much in the way of rocks round the beaches here tho.

    Cheers
    Nihia

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