I’ve been holding back so long to share my new website, Don’t worry… the one your on now will stay! New one is dedicated more to the wedding side of work.
Please take a visit, let me know your thoughts!
Clickt the link below to visit.
Here is another audio recording of what was played on another local radio station here in Dorset
( I don’t sound like a chipmunk in real life ).. I think :S
AIR Radio station is an amazing local radio station here in Dorset… One of the main reason’s I love it is for the support of local business’s! Check the recording below that was Aired live to thousands of people.
Click to play
Here are the photo’s mentioned:
Well everyone… Here’s my shot. What do you think?
I along with all my gear got absolutely drenched.. But I think it was worth it. I’ve been waiting 2 years for a storm like this again since the last time when this happened: https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=10150592884560099&set=a.10150362711745099.586743.522000098&type=1&theater.jpg
I’m slightly disappointed that I didn’t capture any closer bigger forks of lightning but I think you still get the sense of the storm in the shot?
I’m not sure if Facebook will reduce the quality so if it’s looking pretty naff on here I’ll upload a bigger version somewhere else.
Thanks for looking, Please share/like/comment if you like it
Canon 10-22mm at 10mm
ISO – 500
Bliss at Durdle Door.
As the sun was setting I walked along the cliff edge trying to find a fairly decent but safe spot to set up the tripod, I framed and focused the shot before grabbing my ND Filter.
Being careful with the filter because I could see myself dropping it and watching it bounce over the edge of the cliff haha.
I set my camera to BULB mode and plugged in my cable release and left the shutter open for 25 Seconds to make the water nice and calm.
I planned to get down onto the beach but as others have said there has been a landslide and it has took the steps away I did try and attempt to venture down but it was too slippery, I didn’t fancy getting covered in mud and dropping my camera haha.
Enough of me blabbing on…
Techie Jumble for camera nerds:
24-105 L – Hoya ND x400