One can only photograph so many seascapes before they all start looking the same. Since I walk Alameda South Shore Beach several times a week, I can see the beach during the various tides. The most interesting conditions that I’ve seen are when the high tide starts to recede and reveals a network of patterns in the muddy sand.
This image was made with my new Fuji XE-1 camera. I’m not sure if anyone feels the same way but the color palette seems different than what I am accustomed to seeing from my Canon DSLR’s. Particularly when there is some blue in the scene, the Fuji XE-1 sensor seems to favor green-cyan quite a bit. It doesn’t look bad but I generally process my images to be color-neutral and minimize blue color cast when possible. I’ve been using Lightroom 5 to process my RAW files and haven’t tried the Fuji Silkypix software to compare the difference however.