I don’t consider myself a seascape photographer. The idea of getting myself wet, and subjecting my hard earned money expensive camera to water, and even the slightest possibility of getting it damage is something I dont like to take a chance. However, there are occasions one just cannot resist, and this one is one of them.
All of these photos were taken in Phuket Thailand, at this Hotel Beach resort. I used my canon 5D Mark II with my wide angle lens (17-40mm L). And of course I needed a slower shutter speed to freeze the sea motion, some more than the other. So I used my LEE filters which I had a combination of 1 to 3 STOPS GND (Gradual Neutral Density).
I like to use the Rectangular film type filter, where you would require a special lens holder to put them in place. Below are the photos, if you have any question regarding the technique used or any of the terminology let me know.
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