Long Exposure: Passing Ship In Travemünde
As I mentioned in my earlier post, I was at the Travemünde Beach today and experimented a little bit with long shutter durations. The blue image in the gallery above is another photo I shot, the pink one is edited with Lightroom as I thought changing it to pink would work too. You can click on the images to enlarge them.
To explain the scene, as mentioned in the title, there was a big ship passing and I captured the lights of it with the long shutter speed. The image is shot with 15 seconds shutter speed with an aperture of F5.3 and ISO 100 at 66mm. It’s funny that there is a lighthouse, but as said, the lights do actually come from a passing ship behind the lighthouse, but it fits anyhow. I do also like the milky sea, I find long exposure pretty interesting anyhow.
I think I need to practice this more, and I also need to develop cool ideas, but I think this is not too bad for the start. What do you think about the image?