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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.


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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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