Sea Defences

 

The sea around the west coast of Cumbria never looks too clean. It looked downright dirty on this day.

Hasselblad 503cx/Zeiss 80mm Planar

Fuji Velvia

8 Replies to “Sea Defences”

  1. pjbrez says:

    This is lovely! Did you use a neutral density filter to make it a longer exposure?

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    • John Pickles says:

      Hi.

      I used a Heliopan 10 stop ND filter to get the long exposure time.

      Thanks for looking and taking the time to comment.

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      • pjbrez says:

        Nicely done! I’ve only used up to a 6 stop ND filter before. I paired it up with a pinhole camera to get some really long exposures. Anyhow, it’s my pleasure to leave a comment on a photo beautifully captured. Keep it up ~

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  2. simon0252 says:

    Love the rich colours in this. Great work.

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    • John Pickles says:

      Thanks. I’m still struggling with a rubbish scanner and the transparency this came from looks way better on the light table. I may have to stop being so tight and get them scanned properly at the same time I get them developed!!
      Thanks for commenting

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  3. Wow, this is so beautiful, great work John!
    And you use the square opportunities fantastically well with your composition here, very very nice! Love this! 🙂

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