Photographer's Note

here's one more photo from Cabo Raso, Cascais, Portugal. It's incredible the amount of approaches this cape allows. In this particular photo I liked the fact that the clouds seem to emanate from the the rock and the subtle way we can see through the water on the foreground (I only semi polarized to get this effect).

The Portuguese coast is very inspiring because, despite the large number of tourists, it still has plenty of astonishing secret spots, although most of them are fairly inaccessible.

As always, apart from basic and unavoidable editing in Photoshop (slight contrast, saturation and unsharp mask), the shot is unmanipulated as much of the work is done on location using a ND grad filter to balance the light and a polarizer to enhance colour and contrast.

I hope you enjoy!

shutter speed: 8 secs
aperture: f/16
focal distance: 10mm
ISO 100

PS: I apologise for the 500px larger side and watermark in the frame, but some unauthorized use has happened before in other websites (including mine). I know this spoils teh pleasure of seeing larger images andI truly apologise for that. Thanks for undersatnding.

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Additional Photos by Joel Santos (joelsantos) Silver Star Critiquer/Gold Note Writer [C: 21 W: 0 N: 231] (1413)
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