It is rocks again but this time rocks on a headland above the water, big sandstone bolders that been weathered by wind and rain into a shallow cave. The headland is above a beautiful little beach, Shelley Beach, at Manly in Sydney. You walk up from the beach first on a proper road, then up a narrow, rocky track to the top. I took this photo at the beginning of the dirt track just on sunset. Later I will show you some pics of the magnificent view from the top.
As usual I played with the photo using Photoshop. After adjusting the tone to get more tonal contrast I changed the colour using Saturation and Selective Colour. Of course the aim was get rid of the yellow and end up with something more orange!
With this image I got rather carried away and started having fun with the Cut Out filter and colour adjustments like Vibrancy and Saturation. I also used the Dodge too with a brush size of 10 to bring out the lighter tones of the grass. I used my mouse to do this but I do have a Graphics Tablet which one day I will set up. I bought it for a very low price at Aldi (at Manly!) some time ago. I wonder if the driver will be compitable with my one year old computer? Ah…more technology to play with…
So now you have seen what I have been doing in the the World of Orange. I am eager to see what you have been doing!