Sea and sky merge in these long exposure shots of Croatia drenched in light by photographer Kresimir Delac
By Daryl Mersom|
‘A combination of long exposures, about five minutes on average, and post-processing’, is how Kresimir Delac gets his shots. Keeping the shutter open a little longer his images are drenched in light and mostly depict seascapes with the odd building or mountain mid-frame to demarcate the point at which the sea meets the sky. This simple sounding methodology undersells the work that goes into getting a shot like this, where as much time is spent in the field shooting as it is in the editing suite afterwards. Appropriately for the slow shutter speeds involved in this sort of work, these images ask that you pass over them slowly, letting as much light in as possible.