Golden Glow Part II : Diamond Harbour and Godley’s Head

This is the continuation of the previous post on the golden hour. This was captured around 10 mins after sunrise, but the sun was still behind the hills on the left. The foreground is Diamond Harbour, a small and idyllic town on Lyttleton’s Bay. While the hill at the background is Godley’s Reserve on Godley’s Head. The body of water at the back is the Pacific.

I cropped the photo into a square and adjusted a bit of the shadowed area and burn a bit of the sky. I also pull the vibrancy and saturate slider a bit to the right.

 

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About Amryl Malek

A photographer on a journey to find his vision
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2 Responses to Golden Glow Part II : Diamond Harbour and Godley’s Head

  1. Sartenada says:

    So nice photo with big range of color variation. I love Your photo.

    • Amryl Malek says:

      Thanks! It’s been awhile since I last wrote regularly, after the earthquake updating the blog became a non priority it seems, now I’m trying to start over. Hope it’ll get better after this. Cheers!

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