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Boynton Inlet

Photo By Ruel Tafalla
Pro Critique
Using a slow shutter speed has smoothed the water somewhat, but the photographer didn’t overdo it and make the water too soft. The effect retains the feeling of a dynamic coastline. Brown rocks, tan-colored sand and an overcast sky can make for a dull image, but here good use of software to enhance the yellow in the sand, the blue-green water and the magenta and purple in the sky has created a rich and colorful photograph.

Lightroom 2 Tip
Paint Attributes To Multiple Images
The Painter tool makes it easy to apply a variety of attributes to multiple images quickly and easily. In the Library module, choose the Grid view using the button below the preview area. Then click on the Painter tool (the "can of spray paint" icon) to activate this tool. From the pop-up below the grid display of images, choose the attribute you want to apply to a set of images. Then enter or select the desired value to the right of the pop-up. The Painter tool is now armed and ready to use. You can click on an individual image to apply the attribute you specified, or click and drag across multiple images to apply the attribute to all of them. When you're finished, simply click on the circle to the left of the Paint pop-up below the grid of images to put the Painter tool away.

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  1. I love the tonal range in this photo and the calm feeling it portrays. I would hang this on my wall.

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