Another shot from our trip to Stonington Maine. The sun was so bright in most of my coastal shots that I had some terrible lens flares all over. Most of my photos were unusable as such. This was one that I was able to salvage. My mentor, Trey Ratcliffe likes to leave flares in his photographs, but I tend not to. I did leave some rainbowing in, as it was beyond my skill to fix and most importantly, didn't look terrible.
This photo was also made salvageable in thanks to the new de-ghosting features in the latest updates of photomatix. Nothing like having a super sharp tide crash in HDRs :)
EF-S 10-22mm f/3.5-4.5 USM @ 15mm
ISO 100, f/22 at 1/125, 1/30, and 1/8 second
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