|MEDIA||Digital original, infrared, stitched|
Broom Point, Newfoundland
As soon as I came around this point, on the very edge of Gros Morne National Park, in western Newfoundland, and looked back, I knew I had the potential for a striking image; the sky was slowly clearing up, and the breaking clouds were move quickly above the rock formation below. Using the 17mm tilt-shift lens, I was able to frame up the dramatic rocks without distorting their shape - keeping them jutting up into the sky, as opposed to having to tilt the camera up to see the sky, which would have made the rocks seem like they were falling backwards (just like when you point a camera up towards buildings).
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