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“Photography: Painting and Drawing with Light”
Another photograph pulled out of my 2018 Lightroom Catalogue archive! An image that captured a dark and stormy day at the beautiful coastal ocean beach of Kilcunda, Victoria – Australia. Far in the distance, you can spot two beach walkers with their dogs enjoying the isolation of this vast sandy beach scene. The unusual lighting comes from the sun on the left of the image that had momentarily broken through the clouds, thus illuminating the sand and surf within the centre of the image.
I had developed this photograph previously, back in Feb 2018 but upon reviewing it just recently, I felt it I hadn’t done a good job. Now, with a lot more experience as a photographer behind me, developing images within Lightroom Classic I decided it was worth giving it another go! To my surprise and pleasure, I was able to improve the quality and mood of the image overall. and now feel it tells the story of the moment captured much better…
- Exposure 1/50 sec at f/18
- Focal Length 80mm
- ISO 100
- Camera Make Sony
- Model ILCE-7M2
- Lens FE 24-240mm F3.5-6.3OSS
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Being out-and-about experiencing the natural wonders of the world and the creatures it inhabits – really does rejuvenate the body and soul. Photography is just another way to improve one’s sense of wellbeing and at the same time – be creative!
Happy photography all – © Karen Robinson – May 2020
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This photo is perfect and I imagine the actual location is magic.
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Thank you Claudia…stormy days can be interesting and challenging to photograph – I was just lucky enough to get some magical lighting hitting the right area of the scene…warm regards Karen
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