© JoAnne Kalish
Recently spent a week in Montauk Long Island staying at friend’s Tommy & Theresa beautiful home. Thank you so much Tommy, Theresa, & daughter Victoria – it was great! Haven’t been to Montauk in a long, long, time and have always loved the place. Brought back wonderful memories of deep sea shark & giant tuna fishing, old friends, fun times, good memories & of course the unforgettable Captain Frank Mundus and our Discovery Channel Special.
Made some great photos, swam in the cold ocean, which by the way, was the best! Had lots of wonderful fresh seafood and chilled out while there. I photographed early morning sunrises & sunsets at Montauk Point Lighthouse, Fishermen, and waves crashing along the shoreline. Only wish we had more time to stay.
Tips for those wanting to go – bring a tripod ( a must), shoot long exposures to capture the flow & motion of water, remember exposures for back light, silhouettes, when to use lots of depth-of- field & when to open up for shallow depth-of-field. Also remember your fill flash for added dimension, & keep your photos clean and as simple as possible.
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