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    Default Tynemouth Long Exposures

    EDIT: Might have made a mistake in the title... I know St. Mary's lighthouse is at Whitley bay so I think Tynemouth is wrong... ahh well, I'm not a local

    Anyway, I had the pleasure of meeting up with Neo and Bodman this weekend just gone.

    Arranged to go up to Newcastle to meet up and also visit family members. Unfortunately, our very first "longer" trip out with the little'un and we weren't prepared for how mucgh extra it would add onto your journey what with bum changes and feeds
    Plus we had a big home cooked meal waiting for us when we arrived so poor Neo and Bodman ended up waiting a significant amount of time. However they were very understanding - thanks guys

    So, I have a number of images that were taken whilst out and about with Neo and Bod. I haven't had a massive amount of time to sort them as I've been straight back into work on lates and before work has been dedicated to getting christmas stuff all sorted etc.

    However, here are a couple of exposuresI took in the afternoon behind St. Mary's lighthouse at Whitley Bay

    The first one, I've really gone for a surrealistic look (cos I wanted to ) and the second one, I believe was crying out for a B/W conversion

    I'll post the rest once Neo's posted his because as frequently happens on shoots, a few images are similar

    90 Second exposure at F14, ISO100 using the ND-110 ten stop filter.



    150 Second exposure @ F14, ISO 100

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    Default Re: Tynemouth Long Exposures

    Great shots mate, very impressive.

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    Default Re: Tynemouth Long Exposures

    Love the sky on the first one

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    Default Re: Tynemouth Long Exposures

    love the 1st.

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    Default Re: Tynemouth Long Exposures

    I could see on camera those were going to be crackers... Love that filter mate!

    I wouldn't worry about posting similar shots, none of mine were any good really so I think I'll refrain from sharing. May stick a few of the bridge shots up later.

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    Default Re: Tynemouth Long Exposures

    Quote Originally Posted by dpSparhawk View Post
    EDIT: Might have made a mistake in the title... I know St. Mary's lighthouse is at Whitley bay so I think Tynemouth is wrong... ahh well, I'm not a local

    Anyway, I had the pleasure of meeting up with Neo and Bodman this weekend just gone.

    Arranged to go up to Newcastle to meet up and also visit family members. Unfortunately, our very first "longer" trip out with the little'un and we weren't prepared for how mucgh extra it would add onto your journey what with bum changes and feeds
    Plus we had a big home cooked meal waiting for us when we arrived so poor Neo and Bodman ended up waiting a significant amount of time. However they were very understanding - thanks guys

    So, I have a number of images that were taken whilst out and about with Neo and Bod. I haven't had a massive amount of time to sort them as I've been straight back into work on lates and before work has been dedicated to getting christmas stuff all sorted etc.

    However, here are a couple of exposuresI took in the afternoon behind St. Mary's lighthouse at Whitley Bay

    The first one, I've really gone for a surrealistic look (cos I wanted to ) and the second one, I believe was crying out for a B/W conversion

    I'll post the rest once Neo's posted his because as frequently happens on shoots, a few images are similar

    90 Second exposure at F14, ISO100 using the ND-110 ten stop filter.



    150 Second exposure @ F14, ISO 100


    Is that mist on the first one or water whatever it is looks great witht he rocks. like if you stand in the mist you will fall forever

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    Default Re: Tynemouth Long Exposures

    Fantastic earie pictures matey, well done
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    Default Re: Tynemouth Long Exposures

    I think the colour version works better and portrays the ideas better.


    Very nice.


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    Default Re: Tynemouth Long Exposures

    Quote Originally Posted by ant3b View Post
    Is that mist on the first one or water whatever it is looks great witht he rocks. like if you stand in the mist you will fall forever
    Its 3 minutes of sea movement.... Great effect

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    Default Re: Tynemouth Long Exposures

    Thanks all.

    I was very pleased that there was no visible camera shake in the shots, the wind down there was mad and I could SEE my camera shaking. I guess super long daytime exposures reduce the effect of camera shake.

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    Default Re: Tynemouth Long Exposures

    Great shot but I am confused to where you mean. St Mary's lighthouse is in Whitley Bay and not Tynemouth as you said, but St Mary's lighthouse looks like this.


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    Default Re: Tynemouth Long Exposures

    really nice , prefer the 1st tbh. the colour is fantastic

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    Default Re: Tynemouth Long Exposures

    Quote Originally Posted by Brock View Post
    Great shot but I am confused to where you mean. St Mary's lighthouse is in Whitley Bay and not Tynemouth as you said, but St Mary's lighthouse looks like this.

    Re-read my post

    The clues are in the EDIT bit and the "Behind St. Marys Lighthouse" bit

    Yeah, I made an error in the main title, I'd seen a sign for Tynemouth or recall Neo mentioning something and accidentally put that in the title. I should have put Whitley Bay instead but I made amendments to my post.

    Thanks for the compliment of as well

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    Default Re: Tynemouth Long Exposures

    I missed that. It's funny, I have never seen that before behind the lighthouse and have been there loads of times but I have never actually gone over to the lighthouse. I have just looked a a photo I took today from a few miles further up the coast and zoomed in and there it is.

    You learn something new every day. Thanks!

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    Default Re: Tynemouth Long Exposures

    exelent shots .

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    Default Re: Tynemouth Long Exposures

    the 1st is great. I love the effect the long exposure puts on the water.

    great colours too.

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    prefer the colour one mate great work
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