Landscape photography at a Wales landmark. Rhosneigr sunset.Bodfan Farm, recommended by friend and fellow landscape photographer Adrian Ashworth. Adrian knows Rhosneigr like the back of his hand and had shown me this outcrop of rocks a few weeks prior, and although this isn’t really Landscape Photography in it’s truest form it makes for a cracking place to be at sunset!
I managed to capture the dead-calm of the ocean this time, a rare sight at this time of year! The tide was on its way in and the sun was on its way down, so i had to move quickly to get the exposure – a great opportunity to try out my new Singh-Ray 3 stop Reverse ND. I’m pleased with the results it gives. Let me know what you think…
The nice thing about this trip is my feet stayed dry and I didn’t drop any kit this time around. On the last landscape photography outing my boots leaked (yup, both!!) and one of my favourite filters took a dunking, it survived but I was lucky, it was a glass 4″x4″ ND, super rare and darn expensive too! I guess that’s one of the perils with landscape photography is carrying around all this glass, maybe it’s time to order that Peli case!?
Canon 1Ds Mark III
EF 24-105mm USM L @ 24mm
1.6 sec @ f/11, ISO 100
0.9 Reverse ND Grad (Singh-Ray)
A little dodging and burning
Have a great day!