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photoblog image Sea over Jetty
I visited Brighton with photographer Nigel Wheal hoping to get some landscape/seascape shots at sunset. Sadly, despite the rain which stopped, it remained overcast for most of our visit. Further west along the beach was a jetty, with the tide just reaching it's peak and the dull overcast day some long exposure shots were the order of the day here. Using a cokin ND filter with a lee filters attachment I added an extra 3 stops to get exposures of 2-3 seconds. I just managed to stop my feet getting wet as a big wave came over the jetty. Luckily for me, I'd just managed the exposure I wanted on this shot.
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tim hitchins from leeds,uk:) 7 May 2009, 17:19
great shot fellasmile
nathan hulse: ThanksTim, your comment is appreciated.

Padraig from United Kingdom 16 May 2009, 22:02
I really like this one.
nathan hulse: Thanks for your encouraging comment.

LightningPaul from Belgium 21 May 2009, 17:56
Looks fantastic. Especially because it's a long exposure during the day.
nathan hulse: cheers Paul, I was quite pleased myself how well this turned out.

Nigel Clack from United Kingdom 9 Jun 2009, 23:05
It's quite refreshing like Paul says, cos it's during the day.

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Mal from United Kingdom 24 Sep 2009, 00:14
gosh! I like this. mal
nathan hulse: Thanks for your comment Mal, I was inspired by you with this shot. I can't pull of B&W in the same way you manage to.

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