Let’s slow thing’s down – Why not try photographing in low light?

If you want to create a sense of movement in your image, use a tripod and set the camera to manual. Try experimenting with exposures slower than 30 seconds to achieve this ‘mysterious’ effect. This was created by 3 or 4 waves moving back and forth along the shore. The camera has also captured that ice blue white balance, without the need for any filters.
Have fun, stay safe near water, it’s expensive if your kit gets a soaking!
(Exposure 1 min @ f/11 100 ISO)

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Welcome to Tony Pick’s Photo Blog

Hello all aspiring photographers out there. This is our first post on our new blog site. We’ll be sharing photographic tips and tricks from leading UK portrait photographer and successful gallery owner, Tony Pick and his colleague Steve Taylor.