Sandycove part 3

This time I went to Sandycove to shoot a sunrise and do the test of my new gradual filters which I received recently. As I never used them before I was very excited and could waitย  to try them. It was my third venture to that place in last 2 weeks. As the sunrise was not as spectacular as I was expecting I think I will have to do another trip to that place and it probably will be the last one ๐Ÿ™‚ or maybe not who knows ? ๐Ÿ˜‰

Anyway, I was quite surprise how the shutter speed might be slowed down while using these filters, which gave nice soft misty outlook on the rocks and smoothness to the surface of the sea…

f16, 30 sec, 18mm, ISO 100

f22, 30 sec, 18mm, ISO 100

f22, 25 sec, 55mm, ISO 100

f22, 15 sec, 50mm, ISO 100

22 thoughts on “Sandycove part 3

  1. What a great set of images. The colours in the first image are so rich but it is the last one that really catches my eye. That’s an exceptional find with the long exposure. Well done, Pawel.

  2. Wow! Lovely! I’ve been thinking about getting Gradual filters as well. Do you do your shopping around Dublin? Do you have any advice on where to go?

  3. Great shots. It looks as if the fog is rolling in. I wonder if it would generate a creepy atmosphere taking photos at sunset.

  4. Great collection here! I prefer the 1st, 3rd, and last photographs. Yep, they are all the color ones! A bit odd since I’ve been doing more B&W conversions, but you have some beautiful colors there. The one thing I would try out is if the rocks in the middle of the 1st photograph could be brightened up a bit. There might be more lovely colors there.

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