Moonlit Beach, Florida
Over the weekend I was in Florida and had the chance to get out on the beach at night and play around with some long exposure photography. The moon was up and bright, but still required a 96 second exposure (determined through trial and error). The long exposure gives the painterly feel to the surf and clouds and lends a quality to the image that I really love. I did minor editing in post - at 96 seconds, the stars leave short trails due to the earth's rotation, and I found them distracting so I removed the most visible ones. the fainter trails are still there if you look closely.
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