The best times for seascape photography are early morning and late afternoon; no revelation. The angle of the sun provides us with ample lighting that becomes soft and provides a golden glow always painting a seascape beautifully in warm hues. Shadows become soft and long, greatly enhancing a composition. Be on location 30 to 45 minutes before sunrise or stay for the extra minutes after sunset to discover the magical twilight hours - those short minutes provide us photographers with the best and most beautiful lighting. Bring a split neutral density filter to overcome high contrast between foreground and a brighter sky. A neutral density filter will extend exposure times and render waves and incoming tide into silky water movement.
Good light and happy photo making! Juergen
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