I know I’ve been a little slack and haven’t updated this as much as I would have liked, things have been a little hectic and I still plan on putting up some more Photoshop smart objects tutorials later.
This weekend, I met up with a few Flickr members for a sunrise shoot, at the secluded Susan Gilmore Beach. It was a nice morning, with clear skies though a few clouds would have made the images a bit more interesting. It was almost spot on at low tide, and I don’t think I’ve ever seen it that low before, as I easily was able to walk there and back without wading through water!
Here are two of my favourite shots from the day.
The first image was around 20 minutes before the sun came up, and I used a ND8 (3 stop neutral density) filter, and the second image of the sun rising I used a ND400 filter, one of my favourite filters for landscape photography.