Places to Shoot

Posted: June 1, 2016 in Uncategorized
Check out this driftwood beach on Jekyll Island in the south end of Georgia. Very cool little island, and glad I stopped to check it out.
The driftwood beach has tons of old tree trunks to explore for abstract patterns. After I shot these two beach scenes, my little Canon point and shoot died, so now I have to go buy another one.


Here my camera is set up to shoot, and I use a 12″ diffuser to cut the harsh sunlight. I’m using my Tamron 90mm macro.


Two images from my shoot, processed with Nik Software, I used the Low Key filter on the first image and the second image I used the Solarization filter.


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