This image really helps describe the vast beauty New Zealand has to offer. As with the previous post this image was taken high above the beach from a cliff top. You get a real sense of scale with this image, the people help give a reference point to show how vast and empty the beach is. The Lightroom processing in this image was pretty simple, I boosted both the saturation and vibrancy adjustments, and then added some shape to the image with gradient filters. The gradient filters have lighten the foreground and created a nice glow around the people below. This helps focus your eyes and stops the image becoming too flat. For all you surfers out there, yes New Zealand has some amazing beaches.
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