Photographing the Norfolk Coastline - Summer 2016
I was recently in Norfolk for an annual family gathering and was able to extend the trip a little this year to visit a few previously unexplored areas and capture a few images of the beautiful Norfolk coastline. We camped at a site between Sheringham and Cromer right on The coastline which enabled me to visit the two seaside locations on a couple of occasions as the weather would be politely described as ‘changeable’.
The best evening of the trip photographically was an evening spent on the Cromer promenade capture the beach and pier with stunning evening light illuminating the beach and famous pier. This trip was the first time I had used my new NiSi V5 100mm Polariser Kit matched with my existing Cokin Z-pro ND grad filters. After a bit of getting used to the way the new system connects, I found the design very easy to use and the quality of the polariser as good as I have experienced previously with the Lee system.
Cromer Beach Huts
I only managed to capture images of Sheringham during the day as both morning attempts were quickly cancelled due to the low grey cloud cover and therefore opting for time spent in the tent watching the sea with a hot mug of coffee. The weather did brighten up at times during the day so was able to capture the sea front with blue skies.
Sheringham Sea Front
Nick Cockman is a digital photographer from Sheffield specialising in UK Landscape and Seascape photography.
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