My first visit to Cape Kiwanda! I spent the day (after grabbing some grub at the Pelican) trying various views and compositions around the marine garden and up the hill. The day was pretty overcast with some brief showers but overall the light wasn't bad, but not amazing either. I held out for sunset, hoping for some color. Right about 20 minutes before sunset, the clouds just began to part and a little bit of color shown through, only to be swallowed up again about 5 minutes later. Well that's coastal weather for you, always teasing you to come back!
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|Lens||Venus Laowa 12mm f/2.8 Zero-D|
|Additional Notes||So this is probably the most technical shot I've ever done: a total of 6 blended exposures -- 3 for the focus stack, 1 for the sky and 2 more for the wave formations. No filters. Manfrotto Carbon Fiber Tripod, RRS tripod head.|
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