Long Exposure Seascape Photography from The Jurassic Coast Durdle Door

 

Seascape Photography Durdle Door in classic view, natural limestone arch on the Jurassic Coast near Lulworth in Dorset, England. A famous natural arch and a beautiful secluded cove are attracted by many visitors and, of course photographers . The Seascape Photography Durdle Door  is a wonderful place. If you’re like most humans, you are attracted to the crashing waves, the wet sand and The majestic  Jurassic Coast which together creates the best conditions for Photographers .To capture the full beauty of the Jurassic Coast  you must somehow also capture that sense of depth.Durdle Door is one of the most photographed landmarks along the Jurassic Coast and in my opinion all UK. I wanted to show classic view of the famous formation on Dorset’s Jurassic Coast in  last of the evening light on Durdle Door using different exposure and filters . Using long exposure , slower shutter speeds in Seascape Photography lets us for greater creativity . Lets us create pictures with  interesting dynamic movement which tends to add a feeling of movement, especially if you capture the tide slowly drawing out or creating pictures with a more dramatic sky etc. All photos were taken with Lee filters system using the Lee Big Stopper , The Little Stopper and ND 0.9 Soft Grad filter.

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