Durdle Door is quite possibly one of the most iconic seascapes on the south coast, and because of this it's hard to capture a unique take on the fasinating structure. Taken at 2PM GMT on Saturday in what was some rare "October Sun" it was difficult to get a long enough exposure without the use of an ND filter in broad daylight.
In comes the use of high aperture which meant my camera is now crawling with sensor dust (Hurrah!). Nevertheless this allowed me to give my new Wacom Bamboo Tablet a good work out.
The above photograph is captured using three exposures, blended using a technique called HDR (High Dynamic Range). I'm not usually a fan of HDR, but processed in a certain way I think they can give that unique effect/feel.
- ISO50 | ƒ/22 | 1 Second
- ISO50 | ƒ/22 | 1/15th Second
- ISO50 | ƒ/22 | 1/4 Second
Starting to really enjoy landscape photography now, as it always provides me with an opportunity for new prints in the house :D