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Two more images from my recent wander in Brighton testing the soon to
be released Revoring
vari ND lens filter from @hyfiltersglobal.
By using the circular polariser I was able to alter the tone of the
sky and sea in each image. A similar effect can be achieved playing
with the RGB channels in post-processing software but I prefer to be
able to see and adjust the effect at shooting stage.
I wondered which image to show first on this post... one I felt had
more impact and one had more narrative. I decided impact first, hoping
it'll draw people in enough to swipe for the 2nd shot that perhaps encourages
a little more thought.
Brighton's West Pier has been photographed countless times so to make
an image that is different from others is quite a challenge. Hopefully,
I've managed to do so here. In the first image I tried to give a feel
for the constant erosional power of the crashing waves that the pier
must withstand, a battle slowly being lost. I placed the focus on the
waves rather than the pier. With the 2nd image I'm drawn to a theme
of "the past" and "memories", the three people caught
by the wave are making new ones of their own, the lone older person
watching them reminiscing.
If these images are the first of mine you have seen, or you are
relatively new to my work, please know I'm always keen to make new contacts
and push my photography to wider horizons. If you like what you see,
If you are able to help bring my photography to a larger audience, then
lets talk! I'd be glad to hear from you!
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