WHY ARE SEASCAPES SO DIFFICULT? | Landscape Photography


Happy New Year everyone! I’m kick starting my 2019 with a vlog focusing on seascapes and why I find them so difficult to get right. For this shoot I visit the absolutely stunning White Beach near Niarbyl on the south west coast of the Isle of Man. What I thought would be a fairly flat and overcast day turns out to be totally different with some beautiful sunset light and some pretty epic seascape images.

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Shot 1 – f16, 1/20 second, ISO64, 35mm, Cirular Polariser, 2 Stop hard edge grad ND 3:29

Shot 2 – f13, 1/5 second, ISO64, 18mm, Cirular Polariser, 2 Stop hard edge grad ND 5:41

Shot 3 – f13, 1/2 second, ISO64, 18mm, Cirular Polariser, 2 Stop hard edge grad ND 7:42

Shot 4 – f10, 0.8 second, ISO64, 70mm, Cirular Polariser, 2 Stop hard edge grad ND 9:22

Nikon D850
Nikon 18-35mm f3.5-4.5G
Tamron 24-70mm f2.8 G2
Lee Circular Polariser
Lee 2 stop hard edge graduated filter
Mefoto Globetrotter Tripod
Canon 200d (vlog footage)
Canon 18-55mm STM lens (vlog footage)
Takstar SGC-598 Shotgun Microphone (vlog footage)

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