Torekov at Night

A couple of days ago I mentioned that I am using flashlights as part of my photography occasionally. Here’s a good example of using a flashlight.

The sun had set at least an hour before I took this photo. I set the camera up on the tripod and my shutter speed to 30 seconds, once the shutter was pressed. I turned on the flashlight and moved the beam slowly around to illuminate the rocks and shallow sea in front of them.

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  1. ÀNne Kohl August 8, 2013 at 9:21 PM #

    Really nice effect with the flashlight (a bright flashlight I would imagine. I like what it does, bravo!

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