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DMarx-2014-06-14-0644-Edit-Pemaquid Point Lighthouse Starburst.jpg
The afternoon sun flares around the edge of the Pemaquid Point Lighthouse on the coast of Maine.<br />
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Photography Tip:  If you are going to shoot directly into the sun then close your lens down to its smallest aperture to create a the starburst pattern.  Shooting directly into the sun with your smallest aperture will create a starburst flare pattern.  Hiding part of the sun behind a solid object like this gorgeous lighthouse will make the starburst effect even more noticeable.<br />
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This is one of the locations that we will visit this October during my *Coastal Maine Photography Workshop* at the Spruce Point Inn Resort & Spa. This photography workshop is centered on the sea and its endless photographic possibilities!<br />
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We will float from island to island in our own private motorboat each day while out photographing beautiful harbors, remote lighthouses, and working lobster boats. This is a terrific opportunity to improve your photography while enjoying the cuisine and hospitality of Maine’s finest resort. <br />
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More information about this unique small-group learning opportunity at http://bit.ly/CoastalMainePhotoWorkshop