From Part 1, I talked about how happy I am shooting those waves with no composition in mind.
Being satisfied as it is, I took out my filter and was about to get out of the area.
But maybe not yet.
Let me shoot a few photos before I go.
There is this unused chair being piled stack to each other.
And the feet of those chairs, forming a triangle, is good for framing the canoe that lies far ahead.
And yes, that’s it. I will now pack my things and get going.
As I about to do so, there are actually 3 boys at my back observing me. I think they’re there the whole time when I photograph the canoe.
Looking at them, they finally ask me to take photo of them.
I observed they’re bringing a surfing board. And I think they’ll use it to surf the little waves in this beach? I know there’s a term for that kind of activity. It’s about running in the shore line, and then quickly throwing the board and surf on it together with the waves.
So yes, I told them I will take photos of them if they do some nice surf action.
And they did.
And finally, I grant them their request:
Post reflection on my photos: Notice that those surf shots are either blurry or under exposed. I should have increased the shutter speed and perhaps the ISO to compensate.