1/8th of a second vs 60 seconds

This is how the length of exposure affects the overall feel of your final image. Just one of the many factors to consider in photography. 

Photographed by: Paolo Nacpil

Chaos of Colors
Getting as low as possible to the waves without getting the camera soaked. The water droplets on the filter add a nice effect of warm spots in the photo as well. Taken after sunset at Honeymoon Island, Florida. Totally worth getting my clothes wet for this shot! Haha
Photographed by: Paolo Nacpil

Chaos of Colors

Getting as low as possible to the waves without getting the camera soaked. The water droplets on the filter add a nice effect of warm spots in the photo as well. Taken after sunset at Honeymoon Island, Florida. Totally worth getting my clothes wet for this shot! Haha

Photographed by: Paolo Nacpil

Anonymous asked:
Have you always been amazing at photography? How long did it take for you to get to where you are today?

Everyone starts out as a beginner in whatever field they are in. Even the best photographer out there took crappy photos in the beginning so don’t let that discourage you or anyone else who wants to learn! You will still take sub-par photos no matter how good you are but of course that does not get posted on to your portfolio or blog or wherever else you share your work. I think one of the best qualities to have as a photographer is to be highly critical and selective of your own work. I started about 7 years ago so I’ve had my fair share of time and practice. It is never too late to learn! 

Blowing the Clouds Away
A windy day at Honeymoon Island State Park, Florida. Comprised of 18 photos each with a sixty second exposure.
Photographed by: Paolo Nacpil

Blowing the Clouds Away

A windy day at Honeymoon Island State Park, Florida. Comprised of 18 photos each with a sixty second exposure.

Photographed by: Paolo Nacpil

Day vs Night

The same scenery in Cedar Key, Florida captured at different times.

Photographed by: Paolo Nacpil