On my trip to Jeju Island back in March 2022, I spent some time on the coast of a random location in Seogwipo on an evening during sunset. Unfortunately, there was a terrible overcast. So I couldn’t see any colors associated with a clear day sunset. Still, I wasn’t deterred from venturing out to find some interesting spots to take a few long-exposure photographs. I ventured out over the volcanic rocks with my tripod and camera in hand. My shoes and feet got wet as I photographed at the chosen spot as the water was slowly coming back in over the rocks I walked out to, soon to be completely submerged after my departure. I was happy with the results of my short voyage. I often lean towards black and white, but for such an image, I found it much more appealing with the beautiful tones and colors.

Long exposure photography in Seogwipo City, Jeju Island, South Korea. Sea photography by The Photo Memoirs

A few additional details about the image.

It was shot with a 35mm f/2 prime lens on the Canon 6D Mark ii full-frame camera.

Exposure Settings:
Aperture: f/11
Shutter Speed: 5 sec.
ISO Speed: ISO-100

Leave a Comment

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *