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Singing in the sunshine, laughing in the rain
Hitting on the moonshine, rocking in the grain
Ain't no time to pack my bag, my foots outside the door
Got a date, I can't be late, for the high hopes hailla ball.
Singing to an ocean, I can hear the ocean's roar
Play for free, play for me and play a whole lot more, more!
Singing about good things and the sun that lights the day
I used to sing on the mountains, has the ocean lost it's way......... here's to my fave band
Been A while since I got to my Progressive Stage Blending technique . Had the perfect setting... moving clouds, changing hues in the sky, tide coming in +++. This one is among my top favourites using this technique. I’ll share the single exposures below.
The sea and rocks generated thru a 5 exp tone mapped HDR – pretty quick to do. I then layered 3 different RAW images tuned thru ACR for – the flow of the waves and some natural tones on certain rocks. The sky comes from 3 stages of the sunset. Some curves, blending modes included. Will post the exposures below shortly
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Mona Vale ~ Sydney NSW Australia
Canon 5D Mark III
f/8.0 | 8 sec | ISO 200 |
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Another one from Elgol "beach" on the Isle of Skye in Scotland. Unfortunaly the weather didn't offer me the real great stuff, but this location definitely is wonderful for landscape photography and under any circumstances...!
Late day lighting bathes these rocks as the salty ocean (misty with the long exposure) flows between them.
Acadia National Park
As the storm headed out to sea, I headed for the beach. As the clouds parted behind some magic light did the trick.
Nikon AF-S 16-35mm f/4G ED Lens
F22 |1s | ISO 100 | 16mm
Lee filter 1.2 GND | .9 GND hard
Image 13 from my trip
A rock formation straight off the beach from the place we stayed
Gulf Islands National Seashore
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Praia do Salto - Porto Covo - Sines - Portugal
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Driving home down the coast earlier this afternoon,after a beautiful sunny day,a storm appeared on the horizon.Just had enough time to slip home, pick up the camera and make it to the beach before all hell broke loose for an hour or so.Lots of thunder and lightning but not a lot of rain,but a great dramatic sky.
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This was shot on our Iceland Winter Wilderness photo workshop.
There had been a storm the day before, so the ocean was very rough with huge waves crashing onto the shore. I wanted to get close to this large chunk of ice (about knee high) that was basically too big to be pushed further ashore.
In order to get the waves in the background at a decent size, I needed to move as close as possible to the ice, risking to get a serious soaking. Many people underestimate the power of the ocean here, and on this year's trip two people lost their equipment to the waves. The moment you move close to or even into the ocean, it can become very dangerous indeed.
Timing was crucial - I needed to be ready to run like hell. On this year's trip I ripped a muscle in one of my calfs doing that; my backpack was too heavy and the sand too soft - a lesson learned. The first few days of our trip I had to walk with crutches.
For this shot used a 6 stop ND filter and the cleverly designed LucrOit filter holder. Without it, I wouldn't be able to use any filters on my 14-24 lens.
Nikon D800, AF-S 14-24/2.8, 1s @ f/7.1, ISO 100, LucrOit filter system, tripod
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Taken just as the sun disappeared at Muriwai, used GND and 3 secs f16 - water, 1/5th sec f16 -sky
Had a shocker of a night on my last shoot, so much spray from the waves and flare from that which messed up many of my pics- & couldn't find any spot I liked and when i did the tide washed over it ultra fast, this is about it (hope you like it) and it took a while to remove the spray from the sky, oh well some days!!! Don't have a lot of time for any photo stuff sadly at the moment flat out with some major changes all round so sorry of I haven't caught up with everyone, I will try but may not be on line until next week-if not enjoy your weekends all.
Happy Motion Blur Wednesday :-)
View From The Bluff
This is a Blend +2,0,-2. With a hint of magenta (masked to the sky only) to put a bit of life into the upper sky.
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I got the sunshine blues my fine flickr friends - my Irish blood is firing up and I want a rainy windy Sunday. I have listed my Baby Mac 21 on gumtree and am a feeling a little blue and a little sad to say goodbye to her - she has been marvellous and really she was the one responsible for kicking me off in photography. Mama Retina led me by the hand gently in to the colour nik software thingey today to try and make up for Baby Mac's departure and the fine summers day we are having and this is what we came up with :)
N.B. Feel free to remind me of my words in a couple of months when its cold and rainy - I have a feeling they will come back and bite me in the as....eh ...apple :)