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When I first ar­rived at the beach, there were lots of wooden groynes, and as I strug­gled to find a com­po­si­tion, Michael of­fered his first ad­vice: as a seascape pho­tog­ra­pher, I must make or­der out of chaos. I had to be se­lec­tive, and re­move ev­ery­thing I didn’t want. I wanted some fore­ground, so in­cluded the peb­bles, but I also wanted to cap­ture the wave lapping on the shore, so I set my shut­ter speed to 2.5 secs. This gave won­der­ful frothy streaks lead­ing into the sea, but kept enough def­i­ni­tion to show that a wave had just bro­ken.

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