For two weeks, I’ve searched for an impressive composition, framing the see with a decent foreground interest. I’ve travelled across Sinop and taken tens of photos. All this time, the composition I was looking for had been right under my very nose. I packed my gear and walked to the nearest public beach. Although I’ve missed the beatiful golden light of sun hitting to the rocks, I prepared my camera and took 54 photos. I’ve stacked them together and simulated a long-exposure, equivalent to a 86,4 sec exposure. Enjoy it.
Time: Mar 2019
Equipment: Sony ILCE-6000 with a 16-50mm kit lens / Manfrotto Compact Action Tripod,
Filters: a 3 Stop ND Filter and a Circular Polarizer by Hayo,
Exposure: 1,6 sec at f/18 and 16 mm focal distance, 54 shots stacked together,
ISO: 100. (Effective ISO: 1,85)