I wanted to take this shot for a long time and at the weekends with the beginning of 2021 I finally was lucky and got the shot. It always does look like a random moment, bit it is indeed not. Every photo needs a lot of patience and planning. At first you have to find the spot and frame it for test purposes. Then you have to wait for the perfect or at least close to perfect weather conditions.
Additionally you have to plan the tide, the water shouldn’t be to low and of course not to high and the perfect tide as a precondition the sun should definitely not be in front of you. Obviously the shot can only be achieved during a special time of the year, weather and tide, if you at least have found the spot and finally be able to shot the spot. At least the groyne can’t run away and always shows up at any time, which is definitely not the case with my wildlife photography. Of course I enjoy the moment of shooting the scenery must, but the planning and research process is the path to success and I enjoy it very much too…
wrBEIRqX (Montag, 19 September 2022 19:05)