I'm posting here, because Long Term Exposure is still pretty new to me.
For my first 2018 photography project, I decided that some Long Exposure Photography at Rocky Point Pier and Park would be a great start to the year. It would also be a great chance to try out the Lee 10 stop filter that I recently purchased. In late January, the weather gods finally cooperated, and gave me a small window. Off I went.
These were all shot on a tripod, with a Lee 10 stop filter. I used the 14-24 lens, with apertures ranging from f7.1 to f14. Exposures varied from 8 seconds to 25 seconds.
I love this stuff, especially when a monochrome conversion adds to the effect of the image.
What I'm after now is feedback. I have rarely tried long term exposures. While I think that I'm getting better (I believe it's called lots of trials and lots of errors ) with every outing, there is always a better way to build a mousetrap. So feedback, tips and tricks are most welcome.
Thanks for looking everyone.