Surf’s Up

Camera: Canon EOS 40D; Shutter: 1/500 sec.; Aperture:6.3; ISO: 200; Focal Length: 24mm. HDR from a single raw file saved at three exposures.

Over the last couple years we’ve been lucky enough to travel to several coastal European locations. In doing so, I’ve gotten into the habitat of snapping a few photos of the ocean wave action on the beach using fast shutter speeds to stop the action of the water in mid air. The results are often interesting, though I haven’t got around to processing most of the raw images.

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2 Responses to “Surf’s Up”
  1. Johanne says:

    fabulous! I need to start playing with my camera more. I’m still on the automatic mode crutch :(

  2. Shaun says:

    Thanks! A good place to start if you thinking of breaking away from the auto mode is to learn how to use the aperture priorty mode. It’s really handy!

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