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It’s easy to lump every ‘beach’ shot together, especially living in Southern California. Just because you live on/at/near a beach doesn’t mean you have to take classic beach shots.
In Swells, I try to focus on limited use of color, instead using high contrast and/or proportion to create a scene that most people never really stop to see.
Almost every beach I’ve been to has some unique characteristic to it. Shooting here I noticed the sand always had a glass-like appearance to it.
As Bob Ross once said, there are only happy accidents. When I originally shot this the exposure was way off- but I really came to enjoy how shadowed and end of the world it feels.
I like playing with proportion and color- and it almost looks like the sun here is going to swallow up this sleepy beach.
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