This image was taken during sunrise out at the Olympic National Park. I liked how the Sun was to my back, but the reflection of color from this cloud created a scene where light was coming from both directions. I was hoping to capture that feeling you get on your feet and legs when large waves come crashing in and create that faded energy feel as they drift up the gradual sandy beach.
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IF you value shadow details and all that jazz, then do yourself a favor and see this in black. This is from a recent trip to the ONP where I was teaching a workshop. I was told about this spot last year, when Ted, Alex and I were shooting together for sunset.
This was the first time I’d been back to this place, where the conditions were good enough to shoot. Last month, the tide was very low and there was virtually no water action.
This time around it was pretty challenging to shoot and try to keep everything dry. I got completely soaked, camera included and I figured I should get out of this arch and dry everything before the camera would die.
This is a single exposure made with a Nikon D610 and Nikon 14-24mm. Processed in Adobe Photoshop Lightroom and Adobe Photoshop.
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This was without question, the most amazing sunset I’ve seen at Ruby Beach, this past weekend.
I was teaching a workshop and we decided to go to Ruby for sunset. After making sure my student was in good shape and shooting, I wanted to shoot inside the arch.
The tide was going up and I was getting soaked, camera included and I decided to move on to something else. This is how I came upon this amazing scene. Typically, one shoots looking to the other side of this stack, but the best light was happening in the “wrong” direction. The clouds were doing all kinds of crazy shapes and turning all kinds of colors and I quickly started shooting, before the light went away.
There’s a few more goodies from this same sunset, and the following morning’s sunrise shooting session.
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