Natural Bridges - Santa Cruz, CA

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  1. David84

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    Got this one yesterday while at the beach with the family. C&C always apreciated!

    ISO 100 | 17-40L @ 22mm | 1/100 sec | f/7.1 | 5d Mk 2​
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    astrostu I shoot for the stars

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    A bit over-saturated for my taste, but that's just me.
     
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    agreed on oversaturation, also dont care for the horizon in the middle, i have lots of interest on the large wave below but cant see enough of it, rule of 1/3's! works! beautiful location though, and thumbs up to the lens! yahooo
     
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    Colors seem a little off, but I still like it.
     
  5. David84

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    Thanks for the feedback, I agree with the saturation - the original was a bit dull and I soaked it... I'll see what it looks like toned down a bit...

    What do you think of this one with less saturation and less sky/more sand to get it more to the thirds??

    Thanks for the C&C,

    David

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    another thing to try is to level the horizon and see what it looks like? it may add a different feeling to the slant of the beach? or it may just look more tilted then now, try it out! i think it looks better lass saturated, tho it still looks just as bright in a way too, very colourful.
     
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    teneighty, Thanks for the advice on the horizon, guess I didn't even notice it wasn't level... rookie move!

    Thanks again,

    David
     

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