The Gravels,Western Newfoundland
Warm light washes the scene during low tide at the gravels trail walk. This scene was very challenging to recreate and work on. Specifically the sun flare that was enhanced from sea spray. Usually I’ll wipe the lens constantly to remedy this but sometimes its really difficult when there’s so much wind. With a handful of Photoshop healing tricks I managed to remove an obnoxious amount of orbs created by the spray. I was so relieved that I was able to fix the errors. Very proud of the capture, after lots of hard work & trial and error I am finally able to express my vision in any kind of natural light.
The Gravels, Western Newfoundland
Getting in the oceans face can be a one daunting experience. Here you can see a bombardment of small waves crashing along the coast at the Gravels trail near Port au Port. Being captured by the rock faces and their unique texture. The one rock to the right, having a Swiss cheese like nature to it, I had to capture. I’ve photographed this place many times before, but have been unsatisfied with the results. I wanted to reveal the beauty in this area and I believe with this shot, I done some justice. No sun star this time, comparing the one with the star, and without, It was obvious this one was the winner. I still have another shot from this same shoot that I still need to process, I’ll keep you posted.