Northumberland

Windswept

Having just returned from a week in Northumberland I thought it would be worth a quick write up alongside some of my favourite images. I don’t often get out of Nottinghamshire with my camera, so a trip to the coast was a big change in subject for me – I was looking forward to the challenge of doing something different. It was a family holiday so most days I wasn’t concentrating on photography but I managed to squeeze a bit of camera time in.

The first day was spent over on Holy Island meeting up with some more family, I just took my little Fuji X-M1 which is my walk around camera for when I don’t want to carry the big Canon, perfect for these sorts of occasions. I had a bit of a play with my body cap pinhole at various locations, but didn’t get anything that quite made the cut. To be honest I wasn’t expecting much photographically from that day, but in early afternoon a sea fret came in, I quickly grabbed a few shots including the two below before all visibility was gone.

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Fine Art America Prints

You can get many more of my photos as prints over at Fine Art America, click the link below to view my page there.

http://fineartamerica.com/profiles/chris-dale.html

Don’t be put off by the name, they print in both the US and the UK and can ship worldwide, with prices in your local currency.

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Long Exposure Photography with Neutral Density Filters

Loch Ness 30 sec exposure

For my first blog post I decided to cover a technique I have been using more and more recently, which is using heavy neutral density filters to create long exposure photographs, even in bright daylight conditions.

Sea Groyne 30s Exposure
Sea Groyne 30s Exposure

 

 

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