|Exposure: Aperture F3.5|Shutter Speed 30s|ISO 800|
Thought process: Seeing way too many night seaside/beach images with silky smooth surface to show the calmness of the sea, I'm experimenting with the technique to freeze the moment during long exposures. Normally in 30 seconds exposure the wave at the seashore will be silky smooth, I want to freeze the wave like we have seen during the day time with less than a second exposure, to achieve what I have in mind, I use strobe(SB700), set at the power of 1/64+0.3 to blast on coming wave when it hits the seashore. So the exercise confirms that -
Long Exposure+moving subject=silky smooth/blur look
Long Exposure+moving subject+strobe=static look
And in future, I will try to find stronger wave or moving subject to create more dramatic image at night.