Since I got back from Dubai I've been thinking about my post-processing style, and have realised that it's easy to get into a bit of a rut, especially if you're shooting much the same material over an extended period of time. One of the things that has brought this home to me is a series of seascapes that I'll be posting this week. I have four of them, and in a number of ways they're quite different from my usual style, not in terms of content – a sea is a sea and a cloud is a cloud, no matter where in the world you are (well, mostly) – but more in terms of the 'feel' of them: colour, mood, and so on.

I'll post the first one tomorrow, and will be interested to hear what you make of them.

Oh, and I'd also be interested to hear what you think of this one, though this isn't too different from some of my work shot much closer to home.

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12.21am on 20/3/07
Canon 5D
EF 24-70 f/2.8L USM
48mm
f/3.2
1/800
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+1/3
evaluative
100
no
RAW
C1 Pro
no
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