A long exposure in the late evening light down at the Roonagh shoreline renders the tide as a luminous, ethereal mist. Being out in this light on your own allows you to see it differently. You look, you listen and scenes usually present themselves.
It is quite a while since I was down here and the storms of last year have taken their toll on the coast. Old familiar, favourite locations have disappeared forever but they have been replaced by new sights – new challenges to shoot again. Food for the soul … and the camera.
On my workshops I discuss the various techniques I use to capture the landscape in all it’s dramatic beauty. I used a Lee little Stopper filter for this image. We will be learning about them during the workshops.
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Lovingly printed on 250 g/m² Epson Luster Premium Photo paper using genuine Epson inks. Delivered rolled in a tube. Local delivery flat in a cello envelope.