Earth Wind Fire Water Time
A 100 seconds twilight exposure of a Southern California beach shot with a BW ND110 filter.
I haven’t been out on the local beaches as often as I did in the past years. I really missed shooting these shoreline twilight scenes.
Last Friday, I left work early and went straight to the beach. During my rush, I left my remote cable release and Lee filter holder at home. I ended up hand-holding a Lee GND filter with one hand and pressing down on the shutter release button for 100 seconds with the other hand. I wanted to make a longer exposure, but had to cut my exposure time short because I knew that I couldn’t make a sharp enough exposure without my remote cable release. I underexposed this shot by about 1 stop. Thanks to RAW and post processing works, I am able to salvage this shot.
EXIF & Info
- Canon EOS 5D
- Canon EF 17-40mm F4L USM
- Lee 0.6 hard-edge GND; BW ND110
- Gitzo GT3530S + RRS BH-55 LR ballhead
- [F8] [100s] [19mm] [ISO 50]
- Exposure Mode:
- Date Taken:
- April 22, 2010
- April 27, 2010 at 1:22 am