Hi, havnt posted any images here (on their own thread) for a bit so thought I'd put up a few seascapes I've taken over the last week, hope you enjoy.
Most of these are taken with short to medium shutter speeds and close to the action, sometimes you dont get out of the way quick enough! I'm running a series of seascape/sunrise workshops here over the next few months and they are all fully booked already which is cool!
Occupational Hazzard by robjdickinson, on Flickr
This is the shot I was after, these plants are visible at low tide and I wanted a lot of water movement, a split second of time to get in and get the shot (including trying to get filters lined up and things level. Soaked to the waist getting it!
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Swept Away by robjdickinson, on Flickr
Sunset at Shag rock, which is 1/3rd the size it used to be before the quakes.
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A Seascape at Sumner by robjdickinson, on Flickr
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~Awash~ by robjdickinson, on Flickr
Sunrise at Cave Rock, the broken hand trail supports make a great foreground feature.
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Resist the Dawn Swell by robjdickinson, on Flickr
Thursday morning the other side of cave rock, low tide so I could scramble out onto rocks not normally accessible for an interesting view.
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sǣ by robjdickinson, on Flickr