Here’s a few shots taken on Clogherhead beach at sunset last Saturday. It was just as the light was fading and they are all around 2-3 seconds at f22. I’d been waiting for an opportunity to take some shots at these rocks when the tide was in and I reckon I just missed the perfect time. 20 mins earlier and there’d have been more colour and contrast in the light. I’ll be watching for the next chance to get a long exposure shot here with the help of a neutral density filter to keep the sea blurred. I love these rocks though!

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Written by jamesfcarr

Art director, photographer. Maker of pictures for work and fun, Dublin, Ireland. Currently working at BBDO Dublin

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