Haida Picture Appreciation | November


This is Chanyun Temple in Cholla Province, Korea. The red maples in autumn here are very beautiful, it is a pretty ideal place for photographers to capture the scenery in autumn. You can appreciate the beauty of Korea in the flowing water, colorful trees, and antique temples.
12mm | 20s | f5.6 | ISO 125
Haida M15 Filter Holder
Haida Red-Diamond ND 3.0 Filter


Sardella Bay, located among lush forests, the hollows in the cliffs formed by the sea fascinated us. Passing through the rocks by boat, young people jump high into the sea over the rocks. I recommend going here on weekdays.

Canon 5d mark lV
Canon 16-35 f4 - 17mm

189s | f9 | ISO 50

Haida M10 Filter Holder + Drop-in CPL
Haida Red-Diamond Medium ND 0.9 Filter


I have went to Obo Liang Depopulated Zone, Qinghai Province of China many times and I never found there was a salt lake here.
Once I led my team took photos here I found there was a lake here, then I went to find the mysterious lake lonely. Before I went, I joked with my teams that I was going to find water and maybe I would become the next Jiamu Peng( a scientist who disappeared strangely in a depopulated zone).
Amazingly, the salt lake existed indeed, out of our lamps 3 km. I was so excited when I saw the lake because here you can overlook the whole Yadan Demon Castle and the lakes and deserts in Obo Liang.
It was exactly sunset at the moment, so I used Haida GND filter to balance the light cause the light changed too fast. Haida GND filter helped me to capture the perfect picture.

Canon 5D4
Tamron 15-30

1/200s | f9 | ISO 100

Haida M15 Filter Holder
Haida Red-Diamond Soft GND 0.9 Filter



"The golden rule is that there are no golden rules."
                                                     —— George Bernard Shaw

As an islander I have a particular story with the sea because after all we live surrounded by it! I'm an absolute fan of seascape photography and I try to do it as much as possible. With the weekend approaching, I've checked the tides and decided to try my luck in Porto da Cruz and play a bit with the shutter speed trying to catch the action of the waves crashing against the rocks. This was one of the shots I most liked from that day.

Porto da Cruz, Machico, Madeira, Portugal

Canon 5D Mark IV
Canon 16-35 F4ISL

1/5s | f11 | ISO 100

Haida M10 Filter Holder + Drop-in CPL
Haida Red-Diamond Medium ND 0.6 Filter


This place is a small fishing port in Wakayama prefecture, Japan. I happened to find the place on my way home from taking a picture of the rough waves caused by Typhoon No. 10. Originally, this place had two breakwaters and was a quiet fishing port where even the waves did not rise, but over it, big waves flowed like an arch. It's dangerous, so I took a picture with a 70mm lens from a distance. This shooting was very difficult, and it required a sense of speed in which waves were created and then disappeared, so I had to shoot at a fast shutter speed of 1/5 second.

Canon EOS R5

RF70-200mm F2.8 L IS USM

70mm | 1/5s | f16 | ISO 50

Haida M10 Filter Holder + Drop-in CPL

Haida Red-Diamond ND1.8 Filter

Haida Red-Diamond Medium ND1.2 Filter


It was a dark and rainy weekend. I went to Kuşadası which was a beach resort town on Turkey’s western Aegean coast, a jumping-off point to take photos. I waited for the rain to stop unfortunately ıt was getting dark. So I changed my mind and prepared all my stuff in the car. I took these photographs while the raindrops were running low. Hopefully, I hadn’t missed the harmony of the scene...

Sony A7R ii
Sony 16-35 F2.8 Gmaster 16 mm

1/3 s | f11 | ISO 50

Haida M10 Filter Holder + Drop-in CPL