|Another World - Canon 40D, Canon 17-55, 60s, f/9.5, ISO100, ND filter|
Passing the timeA while back I bought a stack of three ND filters: 3 stops, 6 stops and 10 stops. Only now have I gotten around to trying them out for real. These are basically just dark pieces of glass which block most of the light, allowing for longer shutter speeds during the day time.
|Rock in the Tide - Canon 40D, Canon 17-55, 90s, f/16, ISO 100, ND filter|
|Magic Pool - Canon 40D, Canon 17-55, 45s, f/8, ISO 100, ND filter|
Panning for goldAnother game one can play with long shutter speeds is panning. One usually sees this in photographs of racing cars, where the camera swings to keep the car centered while the background is blurred by the motion, conveying a sense of speed.
|The Wave - Canon 40D, Canon 70-200, 1/6, f/11, ISO 100, ND filter|
|Beach Tranquility 1 - Canon 40D, Canon 17-55, 1s, f/5.6, ISO 100, ND filter|
|Beach Tranquility 2 - Canon 40D, Canon 17-55, 1s, f/5.6, ISO 100, ND filter|
Other imagesWhile we're on the topic of attaching funny filters...
|Rooi Els - Canon 40D, Tokina 11-16, 10s, f/4, ISO 1000, IR filter|
|Radiant Sky - Canon 40D, Tokina 11-16, 1/125. f/8, ISO 100, polariser|
|Panorama Attempt 1 - Canon 40D, Tokina 11-16, 6x(1/125+1/500+1/2000), f/8, ISO 100|
Here is a parting shot:
|Glow From Within - Fuji x100s, 30s, f/2, ISO 6400|
Have a good one!