We join British Photographer, Thomas Heaton on another stunning beach along the British coast as he shoots a few long exposures with the 10 stop filter.

Today we go on location with British photographer, Thomas Heaton as he shoots a few long exposures on the British coast. “I really wanted to slow down, in more ways than one. I sometimes feel that my photography is rushed and that I don’t always enjoy the moment. There is no better time to slow things down and take it all in, summer and long exposure photography is a great way to do this,” says Thomas.

Watch as he shares a few tips and tricks while using his 10 Stop Filter to get those lovely long exposures.  He also shares the resulting images so you can see the final product. If anything, hopefully, this will inspire some of you to get out there and fire off a few images.

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