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.
The Grand Mosque of Sheik Zayed bin Sultan Al Nahyan in Abu Dhabi across the Khor Al Maqta.
Here is a silhouette from the negative tide pools at La Jolla Cove from last Wednesday. Little did we know we had a spectacular sunset in store for us that day, I could’ve sworn I overheard someone mention that you always get amazing sunsets when you have negative tides! Can anyone confirm if this is a fact or myth?
A silhouette of the stadium lights as they were coming on at Loftus Staidum in Tshwane/Pretoria. This was taken back in our trip to South Africa when they held the FIFA world cup there. I thought the lights coming on slowly would be an appropriate way to represent how some of our brains feel on Monday morning