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MikeHiggins August 06, 2015
Excellent and it creates the right mood. Good work with the light. Welcome to VB
adwalton August 16, 2015
Thanks!
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CMDunbar13 August 26, 2015
Fantastic Scene! Congrats on the win!
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Julieweiss August 26, 2015
Congratulations! Beautiful image :)
 
adwalton August 27, 2015
Thanks everyone!

Canal Rocks



Canal Rocks Yallingup, Western australia
Canal Rocks Yallingup, Western australia
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Behind The Lens

Location
Taken at Channel Rocks, Yallingup, Western Australia.
Time
Early afternoon.
Lighting
I was drenched moments after this photo was taken! Was very damp and miserable, hopefully I captured that in the image.
Equipment
5dmkiii 16-35mm lens
Inspiration
Traveling down the southwest I love taking waterscapes. Searched a few places, canal rocks came up and also Wyadup where I captured a few more images!
Editing
Used 2 photos. Underexposed a bit on the sky to give a bit of a darker result. Increased the clarity a bit which gives the better detail in the rocks and wooden rails.
In my camera bag
Anything i can fit in!
Feedback
Try to think of the atmosphere you want to capture/create. Get many shots at different exposure levels so you have greater choice in post processing. Another thing is I try to run the highest f stop possible on landscapes for full focus images. Personal preference obviously!

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