Skeleton Coast, Rye Harbour

Foggy late afternoon at Rye Harbour. This is 444 second exposure (f/8.0 ¦ ISO 200) through a 9 stop ND filter. In response to enquiry in the comments, I use the “Lightcraftworkshop LCW ND500 MC filter 77mm” which works well. It does give images a bluish cast, which I correct in LR3, but was screw in – my main consideration to keep my kit bag light.

Probably best viewed on black – which brings out enough detail to see the soft grain in the wood of the posts. The large mass on the righthand vertical third is a tangled collection of discarded ropes and fishing nets. It’s my second posted shot with the 9 stop filter. So far I’m pretty happy with it, though am yet to get a result that works in colour.

Hope everyone had an epic Christmas and is looking forward to a great New Year.

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