Out of all the vast landscapes in the world, beautiful sandy beaches are probably among the most highly photographed. Depending on the time of day and the angle of the shot, beach prints have the opportunity to provide a wide range of color all in one photograph. With stark white sands, feeding into deep blue oceans and ending in the reds, oranges, and pinks of the horizon, these photographs can provide a visually stunning focal point in any room.
Beach prints also have the ability to transform the mood of the room. For most people, the image of a beach and the ocean can symbolize relaxation. It makes us think of time away from work, and obligations. Time spent with family and friends. Beach scenes provide a great way to capture a little bit of that feeling right within your home.
At Elementem Photography, we see directly how popular beach scenes are, especially within our triptych print product line. Below are a few of our best selling beach prints, taken from sandy landscapes from all over the world.
First up is a classic photo of a beautiful Hawaiian beach. This print offers crisp white waves, a smooth sandy beach and palm trees in the distance. The added touch is the sun starting to shine through in the background.
The next print also captures a very famous vacation spot, highlighting the deep blue ocean under a pier in the Bahamas. This print focuses on the horizon in the distance and a beautiful blue sky overhead.
Another popular beach print is one of an old fishing boat at sunrise. This photo was taken on a stunning private beach and can instantly make you picture relaxing times spent on the ocean.
This print provides a bit more of a golden beach photo tone with a deeper sunset. With a few clouds rolling in and the waves crashing towards the camera, you get the sensation of a slight ocean breeze.
Offering a stark contrast to the others above, this beautiful red sunset beach print captures a range of warm tones over long pier. It provides a rich color theme from the sand to the horizon.
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