Schooner Head   9 comments


Schooner Head

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I needed a refreshing change from all this blasted heat here in N.C. It’s been well over a week of days with heat indexes between 100-115F.

Located on the eastern side of Mount Desert Island near Bar Harbor, Maine, this little ramshackle place sits exposed to the elements. For the life of me, I can’t imagine why anyone would want to build here. Too salty.

This image was created from a single RAW, but I used a second pass in Adobe Camera Raw to bring up the details, blending the second layer in Luminosity mode, thanks to a tip from Calvin Hollywood. I couldn’t resist touching in just a bit of Photoshop’s Oil Paint filter, but not enough to impact the realism of the photo.

Shout out to Klaus Herrmann for the interesting watermarking technique.

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9 responses to “Schooner Head

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  1. Wow! What a gorgeous place! I’m wondering where that swinging bridge leads to.

  2. Rugged place for sure – but what an amazing place to build such an impressive house.

  3. This is one of my favorite genres of imagery! Well done, Rob, really love all the details in both the landscape and that crazy castle!

  4. Such a picturesque scene here Rob. Beautiful work!

  5. Uhh, nice image and really sweet place. Why don’t you have us all over? 🙂

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  7. Great shot Rob. I just got back from Maine…thanks for all the tips you provided. I have a lot of processing to do…LOL.

  8. Sweet shot, you should buy that place when you are up there again

  9. Nice image. Very nicely done. Not pushed too far.

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