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Wall Art That Will Inspire Anyone

Cape Henlopen Sunset is an abstract colored landscape photograph of sunset over the bay of Cape Henlopen located in Lewes, Delaware. Title: Cape Henlopen Sunset Photographer: Melissa Fague Genre: Landscape Photography

We all can’t live at the beach but that doesn’t mean we can’t enjoy its beauty on a regular basis. Just released! 6 new print options for you to enjoy the stunning beauty of the shore everyday. This beautiful coastal landscape photograph is now available as framed art, traditional canvas wall art, as well as multi piece panel canvas prints for a dramatic focal point in your living room, bedrooms, and work space.

Image Info:
Cape Henlopen Sunset is an abstract colorized coastal landscape photograph of a gorgeous sunset over the still bay of Cape Henlopen located in Lewes, Delaware. In the distance of the scene the silhouette of the beautiful Breakwater Lighthouse can be seen standing against the warm and boldly colored summer sky.

Title: Cape Henlopen atSunset
Landscape Photographer: Melissa Fague
Genre: Landscape Photography
Item ID#: LAND-0095

Main colors of this photograph: Yellow, Orange, Brown and Gray

3 Piece Canvas Panel Wall Art

This elegant 3-piece symmetrical canvas panel wall art prints are perfect for creating a stunning a focal point within any room especially the room that we utilize the most; living room, bedroom, family rooms. Photos are printed on premium canvas, then stretched and wrapped around a sturdy timber framing system, ready to hang and easy to hang. Sizes available for this panel wall art print set are: Size Panel 1 Panel 2 Panel 3 Medium 11.8'' × 15.7'' 11.8'' × 15.7'' 11.8'' × 15.7'' Large 11.8'' × 23.6'' 11.8'' × 23.6'' 11.8'' × 23.6'' X-Large 15.7'' × 23.6'' 15.7'' × 23.6'' 15.7'' × 23.6''
3 Piece Canvas Panel Wall Art Set – Symmetrical <<< Click to check out all of your options

4 Piece Canvas Panel Wall Art

Cape Henlopen Sunset 4 Piece Panels Canvas Prints Wall Art - Asymmetrical for a fabulous focal point in your living room, dining room, bedroom or office.
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5 Piece Canvas Panel Wall Art

Beautiful Coastal / Beach Style 5 Piece Panel Canvas Wall Art Prints. Amazing wall art that depict the stunning details of the shore for your living room, dining room, bedrooms, offices and more on 5 asymmetrical canvas panels wall decoration.
5 Piece Canvas Panel Wall Art Set – Asymmetrical <<< Click to check out all of your options
Beautiful Coastal / Beach / Shore Style 5 Piece Multi Panel Canvas Wall Art Prints. Amazing wall art that depict the stunning details of the shore for your living room, dining room, bedrooms, offices and more.
5 Piece Canvas Panel Wall Art Set – Symmetrical <<< Click to check out all of your options

Traditional Canvas Wall Art Prints (Unsigned)

Traditional Canvas Wall Art Prints - Looking to add a little flare to your room or office quickly and on a budget? Look no further - these canvas prints have  vivid, fade-resistant nature and landscape photographs that you're bound to fall in love with. • Fade-resistant • 20.5 mil thick poly-cotton blend canvas • Hand-stretched over solid wood stretcher bars • Matte finish coating
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Framed Wall Art Prints

Framed Coastal Landscape Photography Wall Art Prints for your living room, dining rooms, bedroom, offices and more. Enjoy the beauty of the sea everyday when you purchase these stunning seascape.
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Photography Quickies with Craig Roberts: Seascapes & Long Exposures

Photography Quickies with Craig Roberts: Seascapes & Long Exposures
Published May 2, 2015 by:  e6 Vlogs

In this landscape photography video  we join professional photographer Craig Roberts as he spends a day at the coast photographing at both low and high tide. He reviews some of the his techniques for composition and light as well as reviews a variety of Lee Filters to enhance the results of his photographs.

Photography 101 Tips: Star And Milky Way Photography

Star And Milky Way Photography – How To Turn Your Boring Photos AWESOME With Lightroom!

Published on Dec 18, 2016 By: YuriFineart

In this Lightroom tutorial we’ll learn how to take a flat and boring RAW file of the stars and turn it into a colorful, dynamic photograph full of interest. We will also see all of the techniques, sliders and tools all the way from the RAW file to the finished and fully edited photo!

Photography Quickies with Thomas Heaton: Epic Sunrise & Getting Cut Off by the Tide

Photography Quickies with Thomas Heaton: Epic Sunrise & Getting Cut Off by the Tide
Published Dec 28, 2016 by: Thomas Heaton

In this video landscape photographer Thomas Heaton shoots some local early morning seascapes using long exposures and filters to get the most out of my photography.

Image 1 – ‘Untitled’ | 21mm | f9 | 120 sec | ISO 100 | NDH 0.6 | 6 Stop ND | CP

Image 2 – ‘Untitled’ | 21mm | f11 | 8 sec | ISO 100 | NDH 0.9 | CP

Photography 101 Tips: How to Create STUNNING Sunset Photos

How to Create STUNNING Sunset Photos – Adobe Lightroom 6 cc Landscape Photography Editing Tutorial

Published on Mar 20, 2016
By: YuriFineart

“In this video I will share all of my secrets and techniques that I use when editing a sunset photo. Instead of going for the classical orange look, I will focus on getting a great variety of colors and a overall dynamic picture. Keep in mind that my main focus was to show all of the tools in lightroom and explain them rather than going for the perfect look, also, I get why most people would consider this overdone, even I think it is a bit over the top to be honest. You don’t have to go as far as I have gone however, with any of the adjustments, you can go halfway or even just a quarter as far and use the adjustments you find fitting for your photo & editing style.”