Bamburgh Beach

In March I was teaching on a Long Exposures workshop with Inspiring Photography. As a tutor you don’t get much chance to do your own photography but on the final evening all the clients were blissfully capturing the waves on Bamburgh Beach so I quickly made my own interpretation of the swirling interaction of sea, sand and stone. Not a typical ‘milky water’ long exposure but one taken at 0.8 second. I think it captures the retreating wave rather nicely.

Bamburgh Beach, Canon 5DSR with 17 TS-E lens, 0.8 sec at f11, ISO 100

Bamburgh Beach, Canon 5DSR with 17 TS-E lens, 0.8 sec at f11, ISO 100

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