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Ramore Head surges

By wmccartney
Ramore Head in August. A green/grey surging sea battering the rocks below.
I am faced with the problem of how to capture the movement of the sea. I know that many mystic shots have been taken by using a slow shutter speed but is it the best or most realistic way to capture the movement of the sea? Comments on what is best are invited.

Tags: Ramore head Portrush Wave surges Landscape and travel

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geoffrey baker 18 501 1 Wales
18 Aug 2004 12:40AM
It's hard to say, everyone has a different idea, best bet is to try out a few different shutter speeds to see which you prefer, a slow one can look great if there's some sharp foreground detail in the shot, nice shot anyway, well done.

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