B&W Stormy sunrise at Dovercourt

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Got up at 3am so I could catch first light at Dovercourt.

Just my luck that pretty much ever major route was closed overnight so had to share some narrow country lanes with HGV’s and arrived after first light but before official sunrise.

No dramatic sunrise but I think the overall result came out ok.

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Brian
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I'd like to see more of the base of the left hand structure, the legs are a bit "cut off"

Not too sure about the sky, a bit "ho hum" but after getting up at 3am one feels compelled to get something.
 
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Toni
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You did well to come home & get the image up, but a little re-processing to reduce haloing and kill the dust bunnies would pay dividends. As Brian said, having the lower legs too would be nice - lots of potential, and well worth a re-shoot if you can bear it sometime.
 
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Neil
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Pushed this way too hard on the clarity which has caused all sorts of issues including dust spots and halos. If the sky was flat then it was flat, unfortunately, over-processing will only make the image worse, best off going again a different day or doing long exposures etc!
 
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