Before photography, I longed for warm sunny days. Now, I look forward to rain, fog, clouds and dreariness in general, when it comes to weather. Well, we certainly got what we wanted when we went to the beach in Olympic. Here’s what we saw.
It wasn’t quite raining, but it was definitely sprinkling and we kept covers on our heads and cameras. It was quite dark still with fog and the low cloud cover. It was low tide and it was easy to get a slow shutter speed to create the dreamy foggy water.
The subjects, light, and weather called out for monotone processing.
The sand was not black, per se, but was quite dark. In processing these in Nik’s SIlverEffects Pro, we set the black and white points which created really nice contrast between the black sand and white water.
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