Camping Pods, Sunsets & The South

Last weekend I made the trip down to West Witterings with my girlfriend who is also a photographer. Since going to University in Chichester just ten minutes from the Witterings coast I never turn down the chance of heading down. Recently I have been so immersed in projects that I haven't had a chance to relax and enjoy taking photos again. Our first spot was a location just 10 minutes north-east of Chichester, I can't remember the name but I spotted a lay-by in the corner of my eye. It was a fairly foggy evening but managed to catch this shot:

As we made our way into Wick Farm we stocked up for the evening and had a crack at shooting the stars. It was more of an experiment with different exposures and testing the ISO abilities of our cameras. One of my highlights:

Later on that evening we hit up the beach at West Witterings just in time to catch sunset. I purchased a new tripod earlier in the day so that myself and Alice could both record a time-lapse which I will add to my project that I have been working on for a few years now. I have so many images to add but will limit it to one:

On our way to find the best location to record our time-lapse I quickly used the available light as a backdrop for some quick portrait shots. I don't shoot enough portraits but love finding new ways of adding drama and capturing beautiful shots: