On August 21, 2009, hurricane Bob was making a dash out to sea, leaving the NJ coast relatively untouched. This photo showing Bobs exit east was taken during the Blue Hour using a wide angle zoom at 12mm and a 15-second time exposure.
Shooting in the dark, my wife told me that a woman approached her and had asked her, "What is he seeing that I don't see?'. I currently have had this photo accepted in a juried show in Connecticut at a 30x45" dye transfer on aluminium with no resizing needed. Not bad for one of Nikons early digital camera models, the D200.
Benefits of VIP membership:
• Download all new issues of Landscape Photography Magazine
• Download all back issues of Landscape Photography Magazine
• Download all new issues of Wild Planet Photo Magazine
• Download all back issues of Wild Planet Photo Magazine
• Download premium eBooks worth £19.45.
• Create your Personal Portfolio Page – click here to see sample
• Your pictures stay attached to your Personal Portfolio Page forever
• We promote all your uploaded pictures to over 300,000 members and followers
• Submission Priority – your submission goes to the front of the queue
• Fast Support – we aim to reply within 12 hours
Create your Personal Portfolio Page and let us share your published pictures with over 300,000 members and followers.
Dimitri Vasileiou • Editor