Deep Green Photography

MYSTIC DAWN METAL PRINT

from 250.00
MYSTIC DAWN

MYSTIC DAWN METAL PRINT

from 250.00

Before traveling to Costa Rica's extreme southeast to photograph the wild and isolated Gandoca/Manzanillo National Wildlife Refuge, I looked up lots of pics on Google to see what beaches might have the ingredients for a great coastal scenic. This beach, with the large exposed coral reef shelf (about the size of a large conference room table) and the scraggly tree-studded island off the coast, caught my eye. Now it was time for a little research.

I assumed I wanted to shoot at sunrise since I was on the Caribbean (Atlantic) coast. Checking a great digital app called the Photographer's Ephemeris hit me with some knowledge. Because of the way Costa Rica is positioned geographically and the way this particular spot juts out from the mainland, I could actually shoot this beach with the sun in the frame at both sunrise and sunset. Amazing! But, sunset would cause a shadow on the tidal outcrop that I knew I wanted as my main foreground subject. Sunrise it was. Checking a tide chart, I found that low tide sunrise would be about an hour after low tide. This was perfect as that meant just enough water to swirl around the large tidal reef outcrop but not so much that I wouldn't be able to wade out into the surf to shoot. I hiked into the refuge at about 4 morning by flashlight, set up, and waited. The sun rose through a hazy, overcast sky and for just a few minutes, produced these wonderful subtle tones. I got the shot, hiked back out, and enjoyed a well-deserved breakfast back at my hotel.

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Before traveling to Costa Rica's extreme southeast to photograph the wild and isolated Gandoca/Manzanillo National Wildlife Refuge, I looked up lots of pics on Google to see what beaches might have the ingredients for a great coastal scenic. This beach, with the large exposed coral reef shelf (about the size of a large conference room table) and the scraggly tree-studded island off the coast, caught my eye. Now it was time for a little research.

I assumed I wanted to shoot at sunrise since I was on the Caribbean (Atlantic) coast. Checking a great digital app called the Photographer's Ephemeris hit me with some knowledge. Because of the way Costa Rica is positioned geographically and the way this particular spot juts out from the mainland, I could actually shoot this beach with the sun in the frame at both sunrise and sunset. Amazing! But, sunset would cause a shadow on the tidal outcrop that I knew I wanted as my main foreground subject. Sunrise it was. Checking a tide chart, I found that low tide sunrise would be about an hour after low tide. This was perfect as that meant just enough water to swirl around the large tidal reef outcrop but not so much that I wouldn't be able to wade out into the surf to shoot. I hiked into the refuge at about 4 morning by flashlight, set up, and waited. The sun rose through a hazy, overcast sky and for just a few minutes, produced these wonderful subtle tones. I got the shot, hiked back out, and enjoyed a well-deserved breakfast back at my hotel.

Metal prints boast astoundingly rich color. Aluminum sheets are covered with a special coating, and then dyes are infused directly into the surface of the metal, creating a beautiful depth and vibrance. Rainforest images look simply phenomenal on metal! My metal prints include a 1/2″ metal float block so they are ready to hang!

Ordering is easy and secure. I prep each image file using the latest professional software from Adobe and the industry standard Genuine Fractals from OnOne software for the highest quality prints.

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