there was this little island covered in trees, and some light coming through the clouds making a spot of ocean glow. i zoomed in on it and hit the shutter. changed the white balance to 'cloudy' in lightroom since i heard if your pics are too blue everyone can tell you're an amateur. i also cropped it a bit, as i tend to do.

how do i late submit this for week 4 though?

d. · 5 years ago

Actually you should watch this: It's pretty helpful. You should try re-editing this picture again and see if you can bring out more details.

leafo · 5 years ago

this is your best one

d. · 5 years ago

you can submit late submission by clicking on the 4th week then generate late submission.

d. · 5 years ago

Wow, very nice shot man. You should probably edit out some of dust spots with the clone tool though. You can also try adjusting the highlights and shadows. Usually that helps with landscape pictures. It can really turn your picture from a good shot into an amazing shot.

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Went home to LA last weekend. I grew up right next to Runyon Canyon, a park with awesome hiking and views

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edit: i'm gonna cheat and upload a few more pics i liked

I went on a hike on Mt. Tam this weekend. Don't remember the name of the trail, but caught a few awesome bay views, including this one of San Quentin State Prison and Richmond Bridge.

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