Man On The Water
Golden hour on the beach usually presents these kinds of images and I don’t know why but I never get tired of taking these home with me. What’s interesting is that you don’t know what you’ll be getting since the image in the viewfinder is really too bright to see anything and there’s just too much light to use your LCD display. So you end up just metering properly for the scene and anticipating your subjects movements. One thing nice is that you’re shooting at ridiculously high shutter speeds and small apertures which makes handholding a long lens child’s play.