As many times as I have made the trek out to The Pinnacles at Cape Woolamai, I have never bothered to take in the scenery that unfolds further along the coast past the famous rock formation. Being well ahead of time for sunset on this particular trip, I finally took a moment to consider the rest of the landscape through my viewfinder… and was glad I did when I saw this image upon returning home! Next time I go down there, I plan to go even earlier so that I can walk further along and explore the whole coast more fully…

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  1. Canon EOS 450D
  2. Canon EF-S 18-55mm IS @ 18mm
  3. 25 seconds @ f/8 (ISO100)
  4. Hoya NDX400 filter
  5. Hoya PRO1D Circular PL filter
  6. Cokin P121S + P121L filters
  7. Manfrotto 190XB tripod with 804RC2 head
  8. HDR generated from 3 exposures (+/-2ev) using Photomatix Pro
  9. Corrections/enhancements applied using Photoshop CS4 with Topaz Adjust and Imagenomic Noiseware Professional plug-ins

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  • SteffiCraig
    SteffiCraigalmost 5 years ago

    One of my top favourite! Well done, Jason!

  • Thanks, Steffi… I’ll admit that I was in two minds about uploading this photo, as it just didn’t grab me in the same way as the others from this series did… so it’s great to hear that somebody else liked it so much! :)

    – Jason Green

  • etienneUK
    etienneUKalmost 5 years ago

    Thank you for sharing your work with the Photomatix HDR Group. This wonderful example of a Photomatix-processed image has been accepted into the Group!

  • sedge808
    sedge808almost 5 years ago

    So beautiful.
    Stunning really!

  • Thanks, sedge808! :)

    – Jason Green

  • Ann Warrenton
    Ann Warrentonalmost 5 years ago

    Wonderful and such rich color

  • Thank you, Ann… as previously written, I’m glad people like the colour in this one as I was a bit worried about going too far with the saturation.

    – Jason Green

  • Ann Warrenton
    Ann Warrentonalmost 5 years ago

    In the monitoring I do, I see many who have gone overboard with the HDR. I agree it enhances a photograph, but I think there is a fine line and some don’t know when to stop.

  • So very true, Ann! I guess this one does still have some semblence of reality… ;)

    – Jason Green

  • Diana Graves Photography
    Diana Graves P...almost 5 years ago

    This is beautiful. I love the color of the water here.

  • Thank you, Diana… I’ve also been loving the vivid colours that have shown up in my photography since investing in NDX400 and CPL filters recently!

    – Jason Green

  • lorilee
    lorileealmost 5 years ago


  • Thanks for another kind comment, lorilee… as always, I’m so glad that you liked it!

    – Jason Green

  • Trish Threlfall
    Trish Threlfallalmost 5 years ago

    beautiful image

  • Thanks for taking the time to check it out and comment, Trish… so glad that you liked it! :)

    – Jason Green

  • terezadelpilar~ art & architecture
    terezadelpilar...almost 5 years ago

    Jason your work is stunning;)))

  • What a kind comment! Thanks a million, Tereza!

    – Jason Green

  • fortheloveofit
    fortheloveofitover 4 years ago

    great work Jason!

  • Thanks mate – glad you like it :)

    – Jason Green

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