Puerto Princesa

This seascape photo is photographed in Puerto Princesa, Palawan, Philippines in 2015.

This seascape photo is photographed in Puerto Princesa, Palawan, Philippines in 2015.
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Badgrandad March 24, 2016
Great start to your portfolio, welcome to VB, Rod

Behind The Lens

I took this photo in Puerto Princesa, Palawan, Philippines. A city located in the western provincial island of Palawan.
I Think 5:45 to 6:00 P.M. before the sunset.
Slightly underexposing the sunset will make the colors look more rich and defined. I'm using manual mode or Aperture priority.
On that time I only have one camera and one tripod, a bridge camera Nikon P100 and Benro tripod.
I love landscape and seascape photography. I love taking a photograph of scenery, the beautiful sunset, the lovely mood of sunrise, a wonderful nature and animals.
Yes, I used Adobe Lightroom for the color correction and Adobe Photoshop for the sharpness.
In my camera bag
Recently, I bought a new camera a Nikon D7100 and my old one Nikon P100, I only have two lenses a Nikkor 50mm and Tamron 18-200mm, and also I have a Benro tripod and filters.
There is an art to taking photos of scenery and if you want to make yours look like this there are some considerations that you have to do. Patiently wait for the golden hour between 5:30 to 6:30 P.M. or 5:00 to 6:00 A.M. You have to consider the frame, your foreground and background, and also a dramatic clouds is one of the important. The camera settings, I usually use a Manual mode or Aperture priority.

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