Learn how to take amazing long exposure photos with this tutorial! What photography tutorial should I make next? ***LINKS BELOW FOR ALL MY CAMERA EQUIPMENT***
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In this tutorial, I’m down at a lovely location looking for decent coastal details and seascape compositions. I found a couple of shots that should work out well.
In this video I reveal a few useful photo tips that I use when looking for seascape shots – PLUS there’s a little cheat I use!
The first one is to make sure you arrive at your location early. I’m at this photography location well before sunset. There’s plenty of time to scout out the best shot(s) – I can check and compare which different angles and shots might be the best.
Another tip is to carry a compass – it’s always a good idea to check the information on what the angle of degrees the sun will be positioned.
Watch the video to learn more.
Enjoy the training,
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