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Stop. Look. Go.

Stop. Look. Go.

We went to Marshall's Beach near the Golden Gate bridge, San Francisco. It was low tide, which exposed a sandy beach with many rocks. This shot has a reddish tone due to an ND filter that apparently does not has a neutral density across the whole color spectrum, which luckily is quite fitting for this scene.

The title "Stop. Look. Go." comes from Benedictine monk, author, and TED Speaker David Steindl-Rast, who reflects on gratitude, bit.ly/3bStY3f

I processed a balanced HDR photo from a RAW exposure, carefully adjusted the color balance and curves, and desaturated the image. I welcome and appreciate constructive comments.

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-- ƒ/16, 50 mm, 20 sec, ISO 50, Sony A7 II, Canon 50mm f0.95, HDR, 1 RAW exposure, _DSC5114_hdr1bal1pho1b.jpg
-- CC BY-NC-SA 4.0, © Peter Thoeny, Quality HDR Photography

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Photo taken @ F on 11 January 2020 (© PeterThoeny / Flickr)

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