21/09/11I recently returned from a 3 day shoot along the Jurassic Coast, in Dorset and Devon. The shoot was a black and white long exposure specialist workshop and was based around mainly seascapes along the glorious coastline. We were based in Lyme Regis, and on the first night we had a lovely calm evening, followed the next morning by lashing rain and wind for most of the morning and day. It was yet again, challenging, but I learnt a lot about location shooting and also editing during the course of the 3 days. It was also a good opportunity to review my kit and my processes and move into the next phase of my mentoring program, that where I need to up my game and start finding my groove. I have some plans for the next 3 months which involve 'just doing it' and I think that is really going to be the best place to start.
I have 2 favourite shots from the workshop - the first you can find in my new seascape gallery - titled Deck Chairs. Let me know what you think.
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