Another sunrise photo, I hope you aren’t bored with them yet as there are still a few more to come 🙂 actually plenty of them 😉 So far this photo is the best I think. Both colours, light on the rocks and choice of shutter speed seem to work well. I think that I managed to show the scene the way I saw it.
A few minutes after taking this shot I almost lost my photography gear. I was shooting with Canon 5D MK II but also had Canon 50D with a 10-22 lens with me. As a bag was rather heavy I put it on the ground in a safe place. Well, at least I thought it was safe… As you see from the above photo the sea was rather rough. Out of a sudden pretty huge wave came in. I grabbed my tripod with 5D on it and ran back. Unfortunately I didn’t make my way to the bag as the wave was faster. I was a bit wet but the bag with my Canon 50D was moved by a meter or so. Fortunately for me it really turned out to be weather- and waterproof 🙂 not a single drop got inside. But the conclusion is that if you consider leaving part of your equipment when shooting near the sea, make sure that it is really safe.
Camera: Canon 5D MK II
Lens: Canon 24-105 f/4 L IS USM
Focal length: 24 mm
Exposure time: 1/8 s (“middle” exposure)
Number of exposures: 5
E.V. Step: 1.5 E.V.
Flash used: no
Filters: ND8 neutral density filter
Software: Magic Lantern, Photomatix Pro 4.2.4, Lightroom 4.1, Photoshop CS5