Sunset on Wharariki Beach, Golden Bay, South Island, New Zealand

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Canon 20D
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golden bay, nelson, new zealand, south island, sunset, tasman, wharariki beach, seascape, waterscape, beach


  • VanSnuG
    VanSnuGabout 6 years ago

    Wow! I Triple Faves this Stunning Photo. :-) Awesome, Robyn, So Awesome Beyond Words.

  • Thank you – glad you like it ;)

    – Robyn Carter

  • Jessica Andrews
    Jessica Andrewsabout 6 years ago

    Well done

  • Thanks Jessica ;)

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  • Dogman
    Dogmanabout 6 years ago


  • Thank you Frank :)

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  • Basia McAuley
    Basia McAuleyabout 6 years ago

    What a spectacular sight! Love the comp., light and colour.

  • Thank you ;)

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  • Barssel
    Barsselabout 6 years ago

    Great capture………………….

  • Thanks Barssel :)

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  • dlgeorge1
    dlgeorge1about 6 years ago

    This is a very good photograph. You might try playing around with the gamma if you have PS. Depends on the camera and such, but most digitals do a poor job with it around the sky and water. Just a suggestion. It adds depth back to the photo that the water and sky seems to take out of digital photos.

  • Hi David – I am not that good on photoshop – I only do basic stuff only so playing with gamma is beyond me :) Thanks for the suggestion though :)

    – Robyn Carter

  • Michele Duncan IPA
    Michele Duncan...about 6 years ago

    Fantastic framing and comp!

  • thankyou Michele :)

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  • Shelley Heath
    Shelley Heathabout 6 years ago

    Simply stunning!

  • Thanks Shelley :)

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  • dlgeorge1
    dlgeorge1about 6 years ago

    Gamma is very simple it is a slider. Not problem even if it was your first time. All you have to do is open the image, select image then adjustments and then exposure, it will be a ways down the adjustments menu. The bottom slider is Gamma. just slide it back and forth, the exposure after the gamma and then the control contrast.
    Simple item to do. IF you have picasa2, use the shadows slider will help some but not like the gamma

  • HenkStolk
    HenkStolkabout 6 years ago

    wonderful photo
    Henk (my site: stolkphotography)

  • Thanks Henk :)

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  • Fabulous gallery henk – did you do the programming yourself?


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