One morning last summer I decided to go down to the local beach and take a few long exposure images. It was a fresh bright morning with a blue sky The tide had just turned and was starting to drop leaving the wet pebbles and wood of the old groyne sparkling in the sunlight.
I set up my Canon EOS R on my tripod near one of the groynes. I set the Canon 24-105mm f/4L and made a test exposures. I knew I would need a Lee Big stopper filter to get the exposure required to smooth the large waves that were crashing on to the beach. I bracketed the exposure to gett the required look.
I hope this image captures the beauty, power and energy of the sea.
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