I was just browsing through some photos from last year when I stumbled onto this one taken at South Point on the Big Island of Hawaii. The weather was great but the sky wasn’t doing too much for me. When that happens, I find it helpful to simply pivot the camera downward (assuming you have a cool foreground element to take its place) and minimize the role that the sky plays in the frame.

I used two #NikCollection  apps to process this photo. First, I converted it to B&W using Silver Efex Pro and then masked in the Bokeh effect from our newly released Analog Efex Pro 2 (the masking was done in PS CC). I felt that it gives the image a cool 3D effect.

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