Bandon seastacks

Bandon, Face Rock State Park, Oregon Coast

Canon 30D, 17-40 f/4L, ISO: 100, aperture: f/11, shutter: 20 seconds, filter: split two-stop soft edge ND, tripod: yes

This shot was taken about 30 minutes after sunset so most photographers had packed it in for the night.  The slow shutter speed provides the silky water look that really makes the photo.  A good tripod is a must in this situation.  The split ND helps to balance the high contrast scene.

 

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