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Today I present to you another seascape from the rocky shores of Monte di Procida in southern Italy. Just meters from where I took last week’s posted photo, this shot was taken at a wider focal length (14mm) and framed horizontally about 15 feet to the right. I really like how you can see the crashing wave in the bottom right corner, the breaking wave in the center of the frame, and a newly formed wave beyond that. The dynamic range of the D7000 is pretty awesome, and paired with Lightroom 4′s processing ability, can produce some really nice results, more accurately replicating the view you might see with your own eyes. If you are in to following leading lines (we all do subconsciously), follow the rocks from the bottom left to the crashing wave, to the rocky cliff over to the breaking wave in the middle, off to the horizon and beautiful sky… That may be a stretch but its the dance my eyes just completed Enjoy!
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