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I just returned from a week long trip to Atlantic Coast. I spend the entire time on Grand Manan Island which is one of the favorite spots in entire Atlantic Canada. The island is located in the Canadian province of New Brunswick in the heart of the Bay of Fundy.
The Bay of Fundy is famous for having the highest tides in the entire world, reaching 14 meters (46 feet) of vertical elevation.
The goal of the trip was to photograph the effects of the tide fluctuations on the landscapes and seascapes of the Grand Manan.
The featured photo I took in the early afternoon when the tide was lowest. It was hard to imagine that in the morning it was a busy fisherman bay with heavy boat traffic. In the afternoon it was a desert.
It was a simple and uncomplicated shot. I used a tripod and took 3 bracketed shots.
- Camera: Sony a6000
- Lens: Sony-16-70
- Focal Length: 28mm
- Shooting Mode: Aperture Priority (A)
- ISO: 100
- Aperture: F8
- Shutter: 1/400s
- Bracketing: 3 (-1, 0, 1)
- Tripod: FEISOL Tournament CT-3442
- Ballhead: FEISOL CB-40D
It was a single RAW file editing.
The Lightroom Preset Editing Formula: Natural (1, 9, 16, 21, 33)
Photoshop: color correction, contrast, cleaning. I used the Stamp Tool to remove the debris from around the boat.