I took the following two shots on my first ever visit to Trebarwith Strand this week. The beach is a photographer’s dream and can be found on the north Cornish coast, not far from Tintagel. Another early start for me but I was rewarded once more for my effort, this time with the most beautiful sunrise. The sun was rising behind me but the colours thrown across the sky were fantastic.
I’ve posted two shots, both with different exposure times. The first shot had an exposure of just under 8 minutes made possible with the use of a Lee big stopper filter. The second shot had an exposure of just over a second. Both photographs were taken with a 0.9 hard graduated neutral density filter. Which do you prefer..? 😉
24mm f/22 467 sec. ISO-100
24mm f/22 1.3 sec. ISO-100
Please note that these images are posted here at 1/8th their original resolution and in a heavily compressed jpeg format, introducing a slight…
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