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Dead tree in the ocean Florida Keys

Dead tree in the ocean Florida Keys
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sinisaalmasi Platinum
 
sinisaalmasi April 08, 2015
brilliant gallery!

Behind The Lens

Location
Florida Keys, matecumbe key Florida.
Time
around 1pm
Lighting
it's really the worst time of day to shoot with the harsh shadows and contrast but in this photo it actually added to the overall look
Equipment
Nikon D200 60mm Nikon lens
Inspiration
it has a lot of character to it and with the rolling puffy clouds in the background it made a great image. It has a gloomy look I also added a slight blue tint to it to give it a cool look
Editing
yes it was shot in color and then changed in Photoshop. I color corrected the color image and added a deeper blue to the sky to get a rich black when converted to Black & White. after converted to B&W I worked with the levels and contrast to bring out the best 10 zones I could thinking of the zone system.
In my camera bag
D800, 15, 50, 85 Zeiss lens, 60micro Nikon, 24mm Nikon, and a 70-200 Nikon 2.8 zoom, cards batteries, flash, tripod
Feedback
shoot as much as you can its digital not film. change angles, look for that right composition. over shoot you can delete the junk later

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