I am still going through images I photographed in past visits to my favorite areas and I am slowly working through adjusting my files. The featured image is a sunrise from the Edwin B. Forsythe National Wildlife Refuge in Oceanville, New Jersey. I was using a 12 – 24mm zoom @ 12mm. I shot 6 overlapping images with a lot of overlapping on each because I was shooting wide @ 12mm. If you do more shots when shooting @12mm they overlap more, so it seems to blend better automatically in Photoshop.
Wow! Those colors are spectacular!
Thanks Mike! Now that I have closed my commercial photography and wide format display print corporation, I am catching up on my personal work. After 50 years it was time!
That’s just a wonderful landscape, Reed. So many rich colors and one gets a real appreciation of Brigantine. I was only there once, a little too late arriving from Massachusetts for sunrise, and remember what an expansive view it provides.
Thanks Steve! We go there quite often because it is just a little over an hour away now that we moved. Each season has many photo opportunities!
Breath-taking, Reed! WOW!!
Thanks Donna! Not as colorful as Blackwater sunrises! But a lot closer to go to!