I have seen people using all sorts of props in their seascape photography and I always wanted to try something similar. Quite recently I saw a photograph of a chair in the sea and I instantly remembered how much I wanted to replicate something like that. So I know it has been done before, but I just had to try it myself.
I did not want any sort of backdrop for this type of photo, so I decided to go to my local beach in South Sydney. I took one of the chairs from my dinning set and off I went. When I went down to the beach the sea was pretty rough, so my chair got knocked over a few times and nearly got swept away, but apart from the big swell I could not wish for better conditions. I pointed my camera into an open ocean and started to work my magic! 🙂
I was very happy with the sunrise, so colourful with the light changing very quickly opening up a lot of photo opportunities throughout the shoot.
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