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I wrote a Seascape Photography Guide. Please check it out!

 
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Jan 23, 2018 13:57 |  #1

Hi guys,
The other day I have finished my guide that took a lot of effort to put together. I tried to stay as practical and as structured as possible and already got some nice feedback comments. If anyone is interested in seascape photography or even just landscape photography, I believe you could find it useful. Please check it out and let me know what you think.

https://antongorlin.co​m …otography-ultimate-guide/ (external link)




  
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Jan 24, 2018 09:56 |  #2

Well done you obviously spent a lot of time and effort potting this together.


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Jan 24, 2018 12:47 |  #3

WOW!


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Jan 24, 2018 13:14 |  #4

thanks for the feedback! :)




  
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Jan 24, 2018 13:21 |  #5

Very nice!


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Jan 24, 2018 14:53 |  #6

Beautiful photos and some great advice there that isn't typically presented in these sorts of writeups! Do you mind a PM w/ some editing suggestions, though?


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Jan 24, 2018 15:12 |  #7

Very impressive.




  
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Jan 24, 2018 15:32 |  #8

Very well done, and nice photos!




  
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Jan 24, 2018 15:43 |  #9

I've only started to go through this but it looks like there is a lot of good information in here, not only applicable to seascapes. Thanks very much for sharing this with us ! Great job.


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Jan 24, 2018 16:08 as a reply to  @ Snydremark's post |  #10

sure, I would love to! English is not my native language, so I'm sure there's a good potential for the fixes :)
Thank you!




  
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Jan 24, 2018 16:17 |  #11

Change "telescopic" to: telephoto ... other then that ...

YOU ROCK! lol ... very well put together, easy read, AWEsome images .. just a great piece of work! bw!


  
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Jan 24, 2018 16:53 |  #12

antongorlin wrote in post #18548245 (external link)
sure, I would love to! English is not my native language, so I'm sure there's a good potential for the fixes :)
Thank you!

Probably be the weekend before I send anything along, but I'll shoot a few notes over. Again, great info and some really wonderful photos to go along!


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Jan 24, 2018 16:57 |  #13

In the discussion about tides, consider discussion of "spring" and "neap" tides. The spring tide gives more chances to be caught by a high tide, but the spring low tide exposes ricks and things that otherwise would be hidden. Both spring and neap tides occur roughly twice a month.




  
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Jan 30, 2018 15:50 |  #14

Lots of useful information. Great job


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Feb 04, 2018 23:24 |  #15

I only flicked through, but in the 'bracketing issues' I would think a big one would be movement, especially for seascapes. I rarely use filters and almost always bracket and can get away with it even for moving trees and the like, with modern software. HOWEVER, I don't shoot many seascapes, but when I do (or have done) I usually will use a filter if possible. Moving waves and a generally flat horizon (even if the wave crests are above the horizon) usually make it a better option, or at the very least one worth considering even for die-hard brackers like myself.

OTOH I guess from your comments you bracket more than use filters. So is there a particular technique for bracketing seascapes? Might be worth mentioning how you cope with movement.


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