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Huge waves break their way before crashing against the volcanic rocks of the coast of Cabo de Gata. Using exposure times of 1/1000 s or more, choosing an appropriate point of view, allowing us to look «into the waves», an interesting base composition that will change with each wave, dedication and some luck can allow us to capture images like this. Burst shooting is also very useful in these cases.
Full frame camera, 24-70 mm lens f:2.8, at 50 mm, 800 ISO, F:11 and 1/1250 seconds, polarizing filter
Water erosion and the onslaught and the sanding of the winds have created during many years this beautiful sandstone artwork. I have photographed this apparent including some small stones fallen from the wall, to facilitate any hints about the dimensions of the set, something highly recommended when it comes to abstract images.
Photo taken with digital camera, 24-70 mm f:2.8 lens, at F:14, 100 ISO, 1/20 second, polarizing filter, tripod.
A scene reflecting the sea in an enraged State, accented by the sky and its texture. To obtain a single successful image, in these situations we need to take numerous shots, given that every moment is a different combination of waves in the sea and swaying on the waterfront, as well as the stones in the foreground.
Photo taken with digital camera, 15 mm f:2.4 lens, at F:10, 800 ISO, 1/640 second, polarizing filter, tripod.