Following are a couple of long exposure images of the SS Speke shipwreck at Kitty Miller Bay on Phillip Island.
The first image was captured using an ND400 and two ND8 filters stacked together to achieve an exposure time of 195 seconds on a bright afternoon. Such a long exposure allows blurring of both the ocean waves and the moving clouds.
The image below is a 13 second exposure. This shorter exposure allows misting of the waves but leaves the moving clouds only slightly blurred.
Pictured below, a 10 second exposure of surf washing over the dark rocks at Kitty Miller Bay.
Below, a 2.5 second exposure of waves crashing onto the beach at Kitty Miller Bay.
Finally, a 0.8 second exposure of a large wave slamming into a rock on Kitty Miller beach.
If you’re new to long exposure photography using dark ND filters then you might like to check out this page for some tips to get you started.