Posted by: Paul Sheringhams blog: a place of running dreams come true | July 14, 2013

Sea Gardens

The very low tide revealed another level of the world to me. Bright green and red-brown algae, limpets, seaweed, shells and oysters of rarely exposed intertidal rocks. I saw sea squirts expelling water several inches into the air as the water receded. They are rubbery-bodied tunicate oragnisms  that suck water in their food bacteria and algae and then expelling water out another tube. I’ve learnt to dodge and burn in the sky, and use the adjustment brush in camera raw. You make adjustments to areas of the image for example exposure, warming saturation.

 

 

 

 

 


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  1. Gorgeous!! I love these.


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