St. Croix Long Exposure Photography

A view from Protestant Cay in Christiansted Harbor, St. Croix, USVI

A view from Protestant Cay in Christiansted Harbor, St. Croix, USVI

I love Aubrey’s eye for photography.  She shot this image as we were headed to dinner one night in Christiansted, St. Croix, USVI.  She used time lapse photography when taking this photo.  This particular image was taken with a tripod and a twenty second exposure.  There was a little movement on the dock and the boats because of the ocean.  This effect causes the blur that is apparent because of the twenty seconds of exposure during the photo.  It was shot with a special wide angle lens through her Canon 5D Mark III camera body.

8 thoughts on “St. Croix Long Exposure Photography

  1. She really has a good eye. Nice shot.

    I’m an aspiring photographer, more for hobby purposes. I’d love to get a Nikon. Another blogger recommended a particular Sony model for point-and-shoot on her blog. I want to buy that as well, in the future, especially since it isn’t unwieldy.

    Which would you recommend – Nikon or Canon?

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