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See also High tide at Dawlish
Filed under Abstract photos, Minimalist, Nature, Pattern, photography, Sea, Texture, Uncategorized, Water
Tagged as boom of crashing waves, breaking waves, foaming sea, furious sea, high tide, mighty sea, natural patterns, sea, splash, spray, spume, tactile experience, waves
These have been nice – this one especially. Very splashy! 🙂 Did you apply a little of a watercolor-type effect in Photoshop? When I enlarge it, it looks like that might have been done.
Yes, I used a touch of watercolour filter on several of these images and occasionally other applications too – such as colour saturation, increased sharpening etc. I wanted to slightly exaggerate the nature of the water’s movement in a way that I found difficult to achieve with a straight photo. I’ve deliberately referred to them as ‘studies’.
Love the choppy separate little splashes.
Thanks Elena – little splashes from a huge, boisterous wave!
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