Photo: Painting the Gulf With Long Exposures

Last week I used my Nikon 55-300mm lens with a polarizer filter at the beach during sunset. Since the lens has a rather impressive built in stabilizer I thought I would try long exposures to capture images of the Gulf waves and wake to achieve the smoothing out of the motion. I have to say, I am very happy with the way some of them came out – it was so hard to choose for this post! The soft colors of the cloudy sunset matched nicely with the smooth motion. I like how it creates the look of a painting in some of them. Next time, I think I will try a neutral density filter to see how the results differ.

For more from this shoot, follow the link to my Flickr page below. Enjoy!

Soft Waves

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Soft Wake

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Some days, I publish an original photo along with some of the technical information. You can see more of my photography on my Flickr page.

My photography is licensed under Creative Commons (see details below). In addition, I ask that if you use any of my images that you try to show me how you used them. I think it would be interesting to see and track how my images are being used. Thank you.

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This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs 3.0 Unported License.

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