The Glory Of Morning On The Oregon Coast

© Diane M. Schuster

The Glory Of Morning On The Oregon Coast

Uploaded: May 31, 2016 14:14:43 | Entered: June 03, 2016 12:14:30

Description

The glory of morning on the Oregon Coast. Original image taken at Depot Bay near Otter Rock. The sun was highlighting the clouds in places, making for a dramatic wave that was coming onto the shore. The sky image and wave image were taken at two different spots and combined by using layers in Photoshop CS6. Both images were taken with a Canon EOS 6D and a 70-300mm F4.5-5.6 Do lens @ 300mm, F11, 1/1000s, Iso 500. The final image was processed in Topaz Lens Effects using the gradual neutral density and vignette effects. Birds applied with a bird brush by Obsidian Dawn.

Comments

Harvey A. Ravitch June 18, 2016

This is fantastic, composition, lighting, mood created, & the powerful sea, great capture! #1660954

Diane M. Schuster July 31, 2016

Thanks Harvey for the wonderful comment! #11500771

Harvey A. Ravitch July 31, 2016

I am truly pulling for this photo to be selected as first place winner, I would hang this in my home proudly as a reminder of the power & extreme beauty the Ocean contains.. #11500775

Diane M. Schuster August 01, 2016

Thanks for making my day with your wonderful comment, Harvey! I appreciate it very much! #11501220

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