SS Speke Ahoy!
A 155 second exposure of the SS Speke shipwreck at Kitty Miller Bay on Phillip Island. The image was taken during daylight using ND400 and ND8 filters stacked together to give about 12 stops of darkness.
The image is available to purchase as a quality print at Redbubble.
You can see more long exposure images of the SS Speke shipwreck here.
This entry was posted on March 11, 2014 by Jim Worrall. It was filed under art, Australia, Australian, beach, black and white, excursion, filters, fog, images, landscape, landscape photos, long exposure, low light, mist, monochrome, motion blur, ND filters, ND400, Phillip Island, photo website, photographer, photography, pictures, prints, rock pools, sea, seascape, Sigma 10-20mm, travel and was tagged with art, Australia, Australian, beach, black and white, images, Kitty Miller Bay, landscape, long exposure, mist, monochrome, motion blur, ND filters, ND400, ocean, ocean beach, Phillip Island, photographer, photography, photos for sale, pictures, rocks, seascape, shipwreck, SS Speke.
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