When I bracket my images, I typically use a remote shutter with the a camera on 2 second delay. On my first attempt of the day I must have accidentally pushed it to 10-sec delay and didn’t realize that until I released the shutter so I figured I might as well wait of the first set. You’d be surprised how long 10 seconds are on the beach: during that delay I managed to capture a girl running in one of the brackets and I was actually quite happy with how it came out, specially with the slightly blurred silhouette.
A colorful sunset around Scripps Pier at La Jolla Shores.
It’s been a few “cold” days in San Diego but things are starting to return to normal. This is an image of La Jolla Shores beach that I took a few years back!
As part of the Scripps Development this one is the Seaside forum & venue rentals office. Not sure why but every time I walk by this building I think of France! For the architecture scholars out there, is this considered french architecture? or just my imagination?
With the end of the year looming, I thought I’d post an image of a sunset symbolizing the end of the day. This is an image from La Jolla shores overlooking the pacific ocean.
I’ve been wanting to take this image since I upgraded to a full frame camera as I couldn’t take the same image in landscape mode with my previous camera which had a crop sized sensor. The weather didn’t co-operate either when I attempted until two years later! I only attempted twice before though and it was really foggy so I didn’t bother.
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