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The difference between one and 222 seconds
Lens: Samyang 24mm Camera: K-1 Photo Location: Westhoek, the Netherlands ISO: 100 Aperture: F9 
Posted By: Fries, 11-28-2017, 03:22 PM

Had some fun playing with big rain showers on the Waddensea and filters near a submerged pier.

Cheers,

Remco

1. 1 second.



2. 222 seconds.


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Wauw! Really nice!
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Really interesting. What a difference. Cool.
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love that long exposure. it shows the sky motion beautifully

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Your experimenting paid off Fries...very nice images.
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Like one with long exposure, excellent work.
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Very different shots, yet equally beautiful. Nice work, Remco!

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Very nice photo. The long exposure is beautiful!
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QuoteOriginally posted by dr00p Quote
Wauw! Really nice!
Thanks Maurits! (Dankjewel!)

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Really interesting. What a difference. Cool.
Ed, thanks! The positioning in the two shots is slightly different. As the tide was going out I was able to venture out in the sea a little bit more. But yes, the difference is really big. The nice thing about long exposures is that you have only limited control of what the photo eventually will look like. Although with choosing when to stop exposing (in bulb) you can preserve some characteristics of the scene in front of you the dynamics of the sea and sky alway's inject a healthy dose of unpredictability in the end result.

QuoteOriginally posted by mikeSF Quote
love that long exposure. it shows the sky motion beautifully
Thanks Mike! As someone who admires your work I do appreciate you stopping by and commenting.
QuoteOriginally posted by photomax7 Quote
Your experimenting paid off Fries...very nice images.
Thanks! Normally I am inclined to shoot landscapes in my own backyard almost exclusively with a ND filter but recently I've started challenging my self again by trying to shoot interesting land- and seascapes without ND-filters.
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Like one with long exposure, excellent work.
Michael, thanks! I am so lucky living near such a World Heritage site to work with...
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Very different shots, yet equally beautiful. Nice work, Remco!
Thanks Mike! Glad you like them.
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Very nice photo. The long exposure is beautiful!
Alex, thanks! It was a bit of a hassle to correctly position the tripod correctly with the tide flowing over the rocks to get this composition but I am quite happy with the end result in the second photo.
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An excellent demonstration of the use of filters, unfortunately I hate tripods, I suppose I am going to have to start lugging one around with me.
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An excellent demonstration of the use of filters, unfortunately I hate tripods, I suppose I am going to have to start lugging one around with me.
Ha, sorry! I've started of with the same dislike for tripods but using them does open a complete new bag of tricks. You get used to lugging them around...
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More great shots from your hands Fries. :-)
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Very nice. The second shot is truly a lesson in photography.
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More great shots from your hands Fries. :-)
Thanks my friend! And some of my photo's can now be seen on a Norwegian site: Vakre høstbilder fra Bojobæski ? Alta og Omegn Turlag

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Very nice. The second shot is truly a lesson in photography.
That is real nice compliment Wally. Thank you!
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Wonderfull shots, thanks for sharing your talent.
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