Headed over to Bexhill as the seafront there has an abundance of photo oppurtunities.
Thes shelters have so much character and I've been after a shot of one for ages.
This is a 110 second exposure with me sitting in the shelter having a ghostly presence thanks to the LE.
It was quite refreshing doing a LE where the sea doesn't dominate the picture but I would have loved to see more of a streaking sky for extra drama.
I increased the vignette to encapsulate the shelter.
For this picture I pressed the button on my cable release and locked it in position with bulb mode activated then just walked over and sat down, at the end of the exposure I got up and released the button, simples.
I got a few funny looks as my camera and tripod was left in the middle of the pavement and I was sitting in the shelter hidden slightly for a couple of LE pictures.
As you can see I'm getting better at colour correction.
►Sigma 10-20 @10mm
►Hitech pro stoppe
►Lee Hard ND grad 0.9
►Tripod + Cable release
►Auto WB correction with dropper
►Reduced orange saturation to correct colour cast
►Added 'S' curve for contrast
►Added unsharp mask for detail and clarity
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