Bet­ter out than in

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Another ad­van­tage of shoot­ing just after high tide, es­pe­cially in rough con­di­tions, is that it’s slightly less per­ilous. With an in­com­ing tide, you have to be very care­ful that you don’t get caught out, but with an out­go­ing tide, you know the wa­ter is only ever go­ing to be mov­ing away from you. In ei­ther case, it still pays to keep one eye on the viewfinder and one eye on the waves!

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