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Porth Nanven is the small beach at the end of Cot Valley. It is well known amongst photographers as ‘dinosaur egg’ beach because of the characteristic large smooth oval shaped boulders which fill the cove. With tide levels around 2.5m-2.8m you are higher up the beach and the foreground is filled with these attractive smooth boulders. I like a shutter speed of around 3 seconds for this type of shot, just slow enough to render the sea as smooth and simplified but just fast enough to retain some of the dragging movement of the tide.
All prints are made on Ilford Galerie Prestige Smooth Pearl paper. Its high dynamic range coating make it excellent for producing images with superb clarity, high sharpness and excellent colour gamut. The high-density, resin coated heavyweight base and smooth pearl finish eliminates glare and fingerprints