On Thursday, Pete and I enjoyed a six hour walk on the vast, low-tide beach of Saundersfoot Bay, returning via the Coastal Path along the cliffs. Although the sky was overcast and it rained intermittently, I could see why Pembrokeshire is celebrated for its light. I wanted to capture the almost-sliver of the diffused light on the sluggish sea.
My first post from Wales was all about colour, although even there I nudged the saturation and vibrancy sliders to the left, because the colours in the RAW file were almost too rich to be believed! More and more, these days, I find myself wanting to desaturate images. For some beautiful images that exemplify sliding to the left, try Asmita Kapadia’s website.