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We went to Point Lobos yesterday with our friends Susan and Randy and had a wonderful hike and photo taking session. It was a magnificent day, sunny and warm. There was very little wind and the ocean was very clear and deep blue.
I started to work on my photos as soon as I got home. I spent some time shooting the waves hitting the rocks and used a 10-stop neutral density filter and long exposures to allow the water’s movement to blur. I’m still working on my technique but it sure is fun to experiment with it.
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The photo was taken with a Canon EOS 40D, EF17-40mm f/4L lens, 4 seconds at f/16, ISO 320 with a 10-stop neutral density filter.
No other word to describe–but beautiful!
Wow, that came out beautifully! It was fun being there with you and seeing how you work that long-exposure magic!
Thanks, we have fun too.
Great Shot……wish we were there!
Thanks Lee… Wish you were here too.
Wow! That is amazing!
Thanks. It was fun being out there.