I thought I might share some settings and processing I did in order to capture this seascape. I don't normally do this as I think you need to do what you need to do in order to present the images for viewing. In camera and post. I do realise though that there are new photographers out there who want to know what others are doing.
- Canon 6D
- ISO 100
- Aperture f/8
- Shutter 1/3 Sec.
- Lee Filter 3 stop Hard Graduated Neutral Density
In Adobe Camera Raw I did basic fixes like. Lens Correction, Straightening the horizon, White Balance & Auto Levels as you can see below. Remember a Raw file has all of the Camera's processing settings removed and then you have to add (to your liking) the settings back including sharpening
Adobe Photoshop CC 2014 Layers Panel:
Besides the processing I did in the below Panel I removed a ship on the horizon and some bird droppings from the rock as I thought they were distracting to the view.
I also ran a sharpening script from Tony Kuyper.
Location: Spoon Bay, Australia.
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