Edwin Jones

Edwin Jones

Posted on 06/17/2013


Photo taken on June 15, 2013




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Bognor Beach Gale Force

Bognor Beach Gale Force
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The Shot
I have had a BW 10 stop Neutral Density filter for 8 months but have previously used it only at Sunset. This was my first try with it in daylight.

Last Saturday my Club, Bognor Regis Camera Club had a practical workshop on Bognor Regis Beach, West Sussex, UK. The only problem with the weather was a 40 mph gale force SW wind straight off the Atlantic and English Channel. This though provided some clouds scudding across the sky at a fair speed. A shutter speed of 25 seconds was able to create a good sky effect.

The picture was taken on a Tripod with a Sony A700 with a Sigma 10-20 wide angle zoom at 10 mm. I created a false HDR from the original RAW file with Plus and Minus 2EV images created.

Full details of the processing together with before and after images are on my Blog see Edwin Jones Photography Blog
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