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Behind The Lens

Location
This is the baths at The Entrance. NSW Australia Taken on July 19, 2014
Time
It was late afternoon, really overcast and some high swell at hight tide. The waves were crashing over the bath wall.
Lighting
It was grey sky and about to rain. very overcast.
Equipment
So I walked down with my gear..... a bag and a tripod. Got out my new toy out, It was an ND1000 filter. Set iso to 50 and aperture to 11. Took a 15sec shot at 25mm wide angle.
Inspiration
The weather was abnormally rough. It was high tide and crashing over the wall cascading down the steps into the baths. So this is one of my very first images with an ND filter that I have taken.
Editing
Dramatic tone with perspective correction gives some depth to this photo. Lightroom is my hero, gives me the tools to show you the mood.
In my camera bag
5D Mk III, EF24-70mm f/2.8L II USM, A very heavy exelas 323B tripod It helps in windy conditions. nd filter, a Meike macro ring flash, shutter release, My Venus super macro 60mm 2:1 I Love it.
Feedback
although my gear is expensive I try not to hide it from the world, I did some calculated risk of where to setup. looking for danger spots like where the sea ripples across the pool splashing up on the other side, and so timeing was the key here. Take the shot and move. I took a plastic bag in case of rain. My 5D is very good in low light so low iso and nd filter is a must to get a long exposure.

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