04 Aug Long Exposure Landscapes Workshop at Seacliff

Source: Maclean Photographic

Fujifilm X-T4 + XF10-24mm f4 – Haida 15stop ND + 3 Stop ND Grad – 480 seconds@f8 ISO160
Yesterday I hosted another MacLean Photographic ‘Long Exposure Landscapes’ workshop at Seacliff beach, a location I tend to take most of my guests to because of the immense variety of images available in a relatively small location.

Located a couple of miles east of North Berwick, Seacliff features a small sandy beach looking out towards Bass Rock one mile out in the Firth of Forth.  At this time of year the small island is covered in gannets as up to 150,000 birds call this part of Scotland home from March until October.  We were treated to some fantastic diving displays as the birds fished just off the beach for most of the day.

Fujifilm X-T4 + XF50-140mm f2.8 – Haida 15stop ND + 3 Stop ND Grad – 480 seconds @f11 ISO80
On the headland looking west is the ruins of Tantallon Castle, which is still an imposing sight high on the cliffs across the bay.  Just off the beach is the small working harbour, which is reportedly Scotland’s smallest harbour.

On the other side of the bay is St Baldred’s Cross, which is the outer marker that indicates to shipping where the Firth of Forth ends and the North Sea begins.

The Long Exposure Landscape workshop is designed to show my guests how to take stunning landscape images by letting the shutter stay open for anywhere

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