Saturday, February 25, 2012


Canon EOS Rebel XS, Promaster 19-35 lens @ 19mm, ISO 100, f/20, 2.5 seconds, Polarizer, ND400 Filter
  Thanks to the dark tint on my ND2-ND400 variable density filter, I was able to achieve 1-4 second shutter speeds out on the cliffs of Point Loma at 3:30 in the afternoon on a bright, sunny day.
  This was the very first location that Erik Kerstenbeck and I shot at Point Loma. Really love the horizontal carving of the cliffs created by years of ocean pounding.
  The 2.5 second exposure really made for a neat effect on the water that was crashing against the cliff wall in the far right of the shot. Almost a ghostly effect.
  This a 3 shot panorama stitched together in Photoshop Elements Photomerge Panorama.

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