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WOW! simply amazing capture and place.. I'd soooo be in heaven LOL !! Congrats to you, my friend !! This is breathtaking !! :):):) ❤
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Beautiful photo, love the colors and lone exposure.
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Amazing! A beautiful scene wonderfully captured.
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Behind The Lens

Location
This photo was taken at 16th Beach in Portsea along the Mornington Peninsula in Victoria, Australia.
Time
Sunset
Lighting
We were fortunate to be at this site during low tide at sunset. At high tide, Dragons Head rock is submerged but fortunately the coastline at this particular beach is dotted with rock formations.
Equipment
Canon 760d, 4 stop GND NiSi filter, tripod, 40/1 sec, f/3.5, iso 100.
Inspiration
I love colour, contrast and textures in landscapes so I wanted to capture all of those elements in this shot. As a popular spot for photographers, the way I saw the elements is what makes this image unique.
Editing
Yes, I wanted to bring out the vibrancy in the colours and tone the sky to complement the colours. I use Lightroom to edit my shots primarily.
In my camera bag
I am very light in what I carry in my bag, just one camera, my 18-135mm lens, tripod and NiSi filter kit.
Feedback
I would recommend making the trip when the weather is poor at low tide, that’s when you’ll get a lot of movement and contrast in the landscape.

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