This post let you understand the method and shooting tips to get you started to shoot great twilight seascape photo for the first time.
There will be always first time to shoot something, try our shooting tips to create awesome twilight seascape.
Exposure mode Manual
Shutter speed 1/30 sec or slower
TO IMPROVE YOUR SHOT…
- Use the settings above as a rough guide. If the image is dark, set a slower shutter speed. Too bright? Fit an ND filter.
- A strong ND filter will enable shutter speeds that last for several seconds or minutes, creating smooth water.
- Use an ND grad to retain detail in the sky.
- Lens? use a good wide-angle lens. Sometimes, an
ultra wide-anglelens will give you an unexpected result. If you only have a kit lens, the 24mm or the widest you have can still give you great photo, just focus on the framing.
Top tip: Set the Tungsten/Incandescent White Balance, or dial in a low Kelvin setting in order to add a cool overall tone.