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    Kin Beach

    Tried a couple of locations last night, really looking for a good view of the ominous dark clouds building out over the strait to create a mood in the image. Found a nice wall of dark at Kin Beach and poked around the drift logs at the top of the beach until I found some that were pointing in the right direction.

    Fuji X-T1, VSCO Kodak Tri-X 400 film emulation

    09/03/15

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    Point Holmes

    Crazy clouds in the Comox Valley these last couple of days - I love the dynamic energy in landscapes when the weather is changing. I checked out a couple of locations yesterday evening, the photography was challenging because of the rain and the wind. Too windy to hold up an umbrella, ended up putting the camera in continuous mode, chose a composition and then fired off a series of shots hoping that I’d get one without rain drops on the front of the lens. Clean the lens, repeat. This image was created near Point Holmes after I was rained out at Goose Spit. Played around with the driftwood and really like the contrast between the texture in the wood and the tones in the sky.

    And yes, this is #244 again - I used two images from the same day as if they were taken on separate days. Back on track again : )

    Fuji X-T1, Fuji’s Classic Chrome camera profile.

    09/03/15

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    Neck Point

    Got some really nice warm light at Neck Point in Nanaimo contrasting with storm clouds across the strait. Lots of interesting landforms and angles in the little park to photograph. Played around with my B+W 10-stop ND filter to blur the water a bit (also adds a warmer/pinkish cast to the image).

    Fuji X-T1, Fuji’s Classic Chrome camera profile

    09/03/15

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