Yesterday, we had the distinct pleasure of driving around Bruny Island,. After taking a short 30-ish minute ferry from the terminal outside of Hobart, we landed on this gorgeous island sprawling with clean beach lines and clear. One of the destinations that I was most keen on visiting was the Adventure Bay Overlook that gives you a striking view of the island’s isthmus, or neck. From the top, we were treated to a beautiful, panoramic view of the island.
I chose to focus this image on the left side of the island because the tide was rushing in much more aggressively and, when coupled with a 10-stop ND filter and a circular polarizer, the motion was much more pleasing.
In terms of processing
I’ve been spending a lot more time working with presets and the Develop module in Lightroom 4.3. The stylization started out with one of ‘s Lovely Landscape presets and then finalized using the rest of the Develop Module
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