Chelsea Harbour View (1)

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I've been on nights and cross the river heading home at about 7.30am. Its not easy to find 'photogenic' shots on this western section of the Thames, but I spotted this small walkway near the road.

I had the K7 and lenses ready as I knew light would be good. Shot with DA 18-55 WR at wide end, f8 with fill flash for the overhanging trees.

PP in Sagelight 4 and PS Elements 8 with Topaz DeNoise plugin.
27/07/2012 - 16:30McGregNi
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Link Posted 27/07/2012 - 17:07
Nice view Nigel. The use of the overhanging foilage has worked well to fill in some of the sky area and break it up a bit. Always pays to carry a camera, even on the way home
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Link Posted 02/08/2012 - 23:09
Does the river normally head home at 0730? Nicely framed!

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Link Posted 03/08/2012 - 08:37
I think the river's home times would be affected by tidal forces Paul, so probably it varies ! Certainly this is a good time to catch shots along here - I found the stillness of the water an advantage - it's usually more choppy later in the day.
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