The Photographic Art of John Caswell
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A fine summer spell of calm, hot days is broken by south westerly winds bringing clouds and rain to the Dunedin coast.
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Long exposures and slow shutter speeds can create an intriguing effect, particularly around water. This image I took at Smails Beach which is a short drive from where I live. The texture on the rocks from the seaweed is really interesting when combined with a candyfloss effect on the water created by an exposure time of 146 seconds at f/11. I don’t usually create images with such a long exposure but it’s extremely satisfying when they come out how you want.
Published at https://blog.caswellimages.com/
Published at http://blog.caswellimages.com/