Back to the Beach, Part One

(This is the fourth in a series of posts about a photography workshop I attended last February in South Carolina.)

After visiting a couple of less fruitful locations, we returned to the other end of Hunting Island Beach for a late-afternoon shoot. The low-angle sunlight provided interesting shadows cast on the sand. The only problem with shooting this time of day and in this way is getting your own shadow out of the frame!

I converted the captures below to black and white to accentuate texture. What prompts you to convert a shot to black and white? Leave me a comment!

Fence on Beach
Fence on Beach, Nikkor 16-35mm VR @ 19mm, ISO 400, 1/500 sec @ f/11, Nikon D700
Fence on Beach Black and White
Fence on Beach, Nikkor 16-35mm VR @ 35mm, ISO 400, 1/400 sec @ f/16, Nikon D700

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