slow

Following on from my previous post about my foray into the world of photo editing, I have really been enjoying the combination of slow shutter speeds with various neutral density filters, with some tweaks in Lightroom.

I’ve discovered that even though there is the desired blurring of water in the images, to keep the static part of the scene (like some rocks) as crisp as possible, I use a tripod with a delayed shutter release, and also try to take photos when there is a lot of colour around, such as a nice sunrise.

Also wind is not your friend! As I take most of my photos at the beach, the sea breezes can make these types of images a bit difficult. Does anyone have tips on stabilising a camera in the wind?

So here are some of my recent attempts I was quite happy with – what do you think?

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