Landscape Photography - Coffin Bay National Park

2년 전

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This is another photo from my excursion to Coffin Bay National Park. It was 44 degrees Celsius (111 F) the day I took I these images so there was a lot of sweat (literally) involved in capturing them.

I am only just learning image editing, so have included two different edits of the same shot. I welcome any feed back on which works better, and also what else could be done to improve the finished product.

SA Stairsedited.JPG

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Its beautiful and stunning. The blue color of water looks like crystal

yes this is very nice and beautiful.
very nice beach view.

I really liked the beach with its very beautiful charm.
photo tang is very good
a great trip.
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The first edit is a positive picture whereas the second has darker undertones.
Which do you prefer?
(The second makes me feel like this is an escape. Stairs leading down, water crashing on rocks. It's never going to end well)

That said the second has a better composition. It's all about the thirds.

nice pic my dear @aghunter but this view potrait thats right