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February 4, 2009

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New Work from Cape May, NJ

by josephrossbachphoto

Just checking in real fast to post some images from a private workshop I lead this past week at Cape May, NJ. The weather and light were awesome! We spent 3 hours at sunrise and sunset shooting images and the middle of the day going over post processing techniques in Photoshop and Lightroom. Here are the images I managed to capture. Enjoy, Joe!

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  1. Feb 6 2009

    Wow, love those beach shots: on the wave? were you panning as the breakers rolled in there is very cool effect on the blue water part of the image.

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  2. josephrossbachphoto
    Feb 6 2009

    Hey Karen, thanks for the kind words and yes I was panning with the breakers to get the effect. by the way, the check is in the mail! Sorry for the delay, Joe.

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  3. Feb 6 2009

    Joe,
    These are great images of our area. I am glad you found the pier you were looking for.

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  4. Feb 6 2009

    Hey John, thanks for stopping by and I am glad you like the images. See you guys again in May! Joe

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  5. denisebushphoto
    Feb 6 2009

    Beautiful Joe! You have to tell me — where is the pier? My favorites are the waves — classic yet abstract. I really like the rocks too. Very inspiring! — Denise Bush

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  6. Debbi Koplen
    Feb 7 2009

    Joe, You outdid yourself. I LOVE the blues and dreamy quality in that first pier shot. You got some great color in the beach shots, too.

    Deb

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  7. Annette Conniff
    Feb 7 2009

    Geez Joseph…you could bring a beach lover to tears! No…I’m not sniffling…

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  8. Feb 7 2009

    Beautiful! Beautiful! BEAUTIFUL! Its all about the light and you captured it perfectly. I tend to focus on flowers and birds but I would love to be able to come up with landscapes/seascapes like these. Do you do many workshops?

    And I see you have Tony Sweet blogrolled (if that’s a word). I love his work.

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