set max iso, set minimum shutter speed. end of process.
Yeah, I'm VERY lazy.
Seriously though, I shoot with flash 90% of the time, so it's not really feasible for me
I'm still struggling to get a new view of a jetty.
I recently found an awesome tog in this online photomag http://issuu.com/f11magazine/docs/is...olor=%23222222 that specializes in photographing waves. Since I claim I've got nothing to photograph but a beach I now feel completely put in my place.
I also live amoungst the dunes and beaches, but the sun is a rare sight this time of year, so a gray cast permiates most shots. We can see the sun on the eastern horizon, but it never quite makes it here. :cool:
Ask and you shall receive.
This one F8, the last F4. At 300mm the DOF is fairly shallow for either setting.
Appologies I didn't shoot an F11, a bit unlike me, I'd have normally done so instead of F8. Might have been distracted by some mobile scenery. :p
Don't get me wrong, the pics of the pier are excellent, but what about the mobile scenery?
Many thanks. I think I like a little more depth in that shot.
For we beach dwellers...
Kelp growing at the tide line... very unusual.
Fort Ord Dunes State Beach. Formerly a restricted area due to the Army firing ranges. Very few people go here as it is not well publicized.
This is from last Friday's shoot with Jenna. Shot with D3, Nikon 300 f/2.8 wide open, Elinchrom Ranger RX w/Maxilite 16" reflector.
I don't think that the camouflage is helping her fade into the background all that much :)
Interesting progression of beach scenes. :rolleyes:
All I get here is Kelp and driftwood. ;)