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LA_surfer's photo of Tynemouth - Longsands

Richie Sills up north shot during follow up to RISE

Average rating of 4.43 from 53 votes

Tynemouth - Longsands

Spot Location: UK + Ireland > England > Tynemouth - Longsands

Date Taken: 18th December 2009. 18209 page views since 9th June 2010.

Swell Rating Primary Swell Secondary Swell Wind (+ Gusts) Weather
8ft 8s 54.85° 3ft 8s   0 0 mph Sunny 32°f
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rockinnonstoppin Jun 16, 2010 Rating: 0

looks like another dodgy camera

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James C Jun 12, 2010 Rating: -1

Nice work dude....! similar to but better than mine..... http://magicseaweed.com/photoLab/viewPhoto.php?photoId=86850

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archibald gruntfuttock Jun 11, 2010 Rating: -5

love NE. the attitude that SW used to have before they got up the arse. but that was 30 years ago.

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Dicer Jun 16, 2010 Rating: 2

Archie, hope you're not talking about us Cornish. You're probably just one of the zillions that flock to Towan and "claim" ankle slappers and thats your experience of SW. Reel your snake like neck in son!

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dangalow Jun 15, 2010 Rating: 5

NE...SW?????? YAH DUDE YAH! "GO BACK TO THE VALLEY KOOK!" The bad thing about it all Archie Guts-filled...is that u were the one in the SW that got it up the "arse" before being booted to the NE...and it's no secret u spend ur vacations in the SW....on a ranch with horses..I think the saddle goes on top, u really shouldn't let the horse ride u....

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devondipper Jun 15, 2010 Rating: 2

As we say in Devon- CHEERS THEN, ALL THE BEST!

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Shorey Jun 14, 2010 Rating: 4

Not me but I could use proper grammar innit

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archibald gruntfuttock Jun 13, 2010 Rating: -4

could you surf when you was two?

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Portpipe Jun 12, 2010 Rating: 2

ah to be 30 yrs younger eh?

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www.johnpaulking.net Jun 11, 2010 Rating: -1

what shutter speed produces this sort of a speed blur? i've never tried to get one of these shots but would love to. what's the technique?

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James C Jun 24, 2010 Rating: 2

i actually think this looks like a still extracted from a video sequence..... which could be possible if this was shot on a Canon 7D/ 5dmk2 for example.... and would mean that it was the approximate equivalent of 1/30th of a second shutter or 1/50th depending on the camera settings....

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devondipper Jun 15, 2010 Rating: 0

Why are you so anrgy man, do you want a hug? x

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dangalow Jun 13, 2010 Rating: 0

HAHAHAA!

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Portpipe Jun 12, 2010 Rating: 1

jesus jesus get me off him! where? ah now i get u

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dangalow Jun 12, 2010 Rating: 3

HOMO ALERT directly under you Portski!

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dangalow Jun 12, 2010 Rating: 0

HOMO ALERT below you Portski! -1 sorted

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dangalow Jun 12, 2010 Rating: 0

HOMO ALERT below you pipe...!

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R.I.P Brandon Bollix Jun 11, 2010 Rating: 1

???????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????

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archibald gruntfuttock Jun 11, 2010 Rating: -4

cheep shot (re; post). credit where credit is do, or you can just act like a c**t, and talk shit.

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Sneakybadger Jun 11, 2010 Rating: 0

BLURRED ALERT!!

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Portpipe Jun 11, 2010 Rating: 4

NERD ALERT!!

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Shorey Jun 11, 2010 Rating: 1

Or you just completely stuff it up with a cheap camera and claim it was intended.

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Devils advocate Jun 11, 2010 Rating: 2

It depends on a few things like focal length, speed of subject, direction of travel in relation to film/sensor plane. just giving a specific speed would yield different results depending on your set-up. It's useless just giving someone an aperture value without knowing how much light was available or which iso setting is being used. For a telephoto shot like this one where the subject is travelling across the frame I would suggest a shutter speed of around 1/60 - 1/125 sec for a good amount of blur. You panning technique still needs to be bang on though. Experimentation is the key.

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maffw Jun 11, 2010 Rating: -1

it'll be a quick shutter speed with a low f-stop (2-4 should do it). nice pic

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Baboon Barrels Jun 10, 2010 Rating: 0

Yes, I Love it!

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jigaboom Jun 10, 2010 Rating: 0

richy aint stayin still, great shot, great shootin

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archibald gruntfuttock Jun 10, 2010 Rating: -3

yes!

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devondipper Jun 15, 2010 Rating: 2

Gruntfuck, you are an arse. Why are you so angry man; do you want a hug, would that make it all better? x

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archibald gruntfuttock Jun 13, 2010 Rating: -3

NE is shit. dont go there. no waves and bad localism. dont even think of checking out cayton on a clean northerly swell when the tide is rising and just starting to throw on the banks. it will be shit.

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the vanity project Jun 11, 2010 Rating: -1

(Sh)utter 1/fifth?

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Tex Jun 11, 2010 Rating: 0

deep down n dirty

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dangalow Jun 11, 2010 Rating: 0

Filth on the shutter?

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jrat Jun 11, 2010 Rating: 4

(sh)Utter filth?

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goofysurf Jun 10, 2010 Rating: 1

yes, indeed. Utter filth. UK Rocks!

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