Here’s another one from last night for this I used my @formatthitech 5 stop graduated ND to darken the city and sky as that was quite brighter than the foreground, here I went for a 435 second exposure it turned out a bit to dark but I’ve pulled it out so it’s perfect for here but it’s not printable. I do love the leading lines from the woodwork casting like this V shape with some of the stars in the sky, I think I’ll go here again to attempt it again but next time I’ll go for 20-30 minutes as I think it will look really nice. The tide was also in so I had my tripod sitting in the water about half way up, those little white things under the water are shells, also next time I’ll do a better job if lining up the city with the middle of the wooden structure #applecrossjetty#photographerlife
When OP art meets photography
Typically, OP art give the viewer the impression of movement, hidden images, flashing and vibrating patterns, or of swelling or warping.
I always trying something new to share the feeling and the thoughts with you guys! I'm a guy that usually think a lot, and I wanna transform the "think a lot" ability to the art and music to tell more stories about me to you guys! keep learning and exploring.