Normally I don’t like shooting beach scenes using this perspective because of all the leading lines that it produces. What also happens is buildings, like condos, ends up getting captured as well. I prefer to keep them out of the image. This time I didn’t mind buildings being in the photo. I feel man made objects and storms kinda goes well together.
This image was going to be part of a series that I’m doing called “Chasing the Storm.” I planned on posting all the photos in one article but I don’t have much time so I’ll be doing each one separately. Once I finish posting all the photos from the series, I’ll do an e-book for it so you can enjoy it in the comfort of your e-book reader ;-)
Now that we are on the subject of e-books… some of you are probably wondering about the HDR Portrait e-book and when it’s going to be available. I am working on it and it’s about 90% done. I’m pretty sure I’ll have it completed by the end of this month.
Learn Captain Kimo’s HDR techniques with his e-book…
“Secrets to Mastering HDR Photography”
Software I use for processing my photos:
Photomatix – Used for creating high dynamic range.
Topaz Adjust – Photoshop plugin used to enhance details.
Topaz DeNoise – Photoshop plugin used to eliminate noise.
Topaz Clean – Photoshop plugin used to smooth pixels.
Topaz Simplify – Photoshop plugin used for artistic affect.
Photography Style: High Dynamic Range
Digital Camera Used: Canon 5D Mark1
Lens Used: Canon 17-35mm f/2.8L USM
Photo Location: Jupiter Island Beach, Florida