Really dove into the deep end. Not sure if I love it or hate it, but I’m really intrigued with it. It feels original so I going to explore this style of editing some more.
Anyways, this is Three Arch Rocks, just west of the town Tillamook, which of course is known for it’s dairy products.
I’m working on a Spotify Playlist right now. Check it out, It’s just a few of my favorite artists. And if you don’t use Spotify they offer a free version for desktops.
You can check out all my images on my Daily Stream gallery. This is where all my photos are first uploaded to the site. All the images I post here are my ‘portfolio shots,’ so if you want to check out some of the B-listers check out the Daily Stream.
I’m running low on interesting photos to edit, so today I’m touching up some oldies. Here’s a few, if you want to see the rest you can visit my Daily Stream.
It should really be your biggest focus with landscape photography. Think of your compositions of having two elements. Foreground and Background. Find these two elements and line them up in a creative way. It’s that simple.
90% of this image was processed in Lightroom so naturally I made a preset. You can Download it here.
Usually in these types of situation I always look for a reflection in the wet sand. However, I think this is a good example of how that’s not always necessary.
By excluding the reflection of the rock you bring more focus to the rest of the scene, which, is sometimes more interesting. In this case I was able to bring more emphasis to the silk lines in the sand, which lead the viewer to the rock. Here’s a Visual to help your understanding.