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High water on a windy coast
Lens: Samyang 24mm Camera: K-1 Photo Location: Wierum, the Netherlands ISO: 100 Aperture: F9 
Posted By: Fries, 02-07-2018, 02:42 PM

It was raining when I left my house to drive for almost an hour to the coast because my weather apps said the weather would improve. Well, that payed off with the sea slamming on to the coast providing the only moisture present. Most of the images below are from about the same location with slightly different techniques, compositions and time of day.

After I posted some images on social media I was offered to set up a exposition in a place near by the location I shot these photo's. Next Monday I'll go over there to talk things over. Setting up such a thing can be quite expensive since I don't have anything printed that is suitable at the moment. Whatever the outcome I'm chuffed to bits with the recognition. Enjoy!

Cheers,

Remco

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2. Long exposure


3. Almost the same photo with a less longer exposure


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Beautifully conceived and beautifully executed, Remco. We can always depend on you to produce some first-class photos!

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Very nice!
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You've worked that location very nicely Fries...well done.

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I love the misty effect on the last one!
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I love the first photo, I'm always a fan of seeing a bit of motion in the water.
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QuoteOriginally posted by Sailor Quote
Beautifully conceived and beautifully executed, Remco. We can always depend on you to produce some first-class photos!

Jer
Jer, thanks my friend! Just to be clear, I am also still able to produce terrible photo's. I just don't show them to anyone...

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Very nice!
Thank you!

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You've worked that location very nicely Fries...well done.
Thanks! I kept seeing potential photo's and after the light started to change I started all over again.

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I love the misty effect on the last one!
Rob, thank you! That is one of the benefits of combining a low shutter speed with some turmoil in the water.

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I love the first photo, I'm always a fan of seeing a bit of motion in the water.
Harry, thank you! It is easier to shoot a long exposure then to coax the camera into shooting the right exposure for retaining some movement in the water in my experience. I used a polarizer in the first photo which was just enough to get to the right shutter speed.
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