This article is about my experiences with circular filters. The pros and cons of both circular and square photo filters is discussed.
The Magic Cloth Technique involves controlling the amount of exposure to different parts of a scene during a slow shutter. The technique involves dodging and burning over a long exposure.
Using a dark cloth (or card) you can reduce the exposure to the sky (or highlights) by covering the front of the lens for part of the exposure time
I was trying to triangulate the 3 main subjects. The middle iceberg was a bit too close to the center but getting closer to the nearest piece of ice allowed me to form a triangle. It was important to be a few meters from the ice, so that I could include more sky with them.
In December, the sun rises around 11 a.m. which meant that we could make it if we left Reykjavik at 04:00. This particular morning, we left Reykjavik but quickly came across black ice…
Taking nature photographs on a beautiful Summer morning at Jokulsarlon with some icebergs reflecting in the glacier lagoon.
I love visiting Goðafoss Waterfall in the late Summer. The sunset colours work so well with this dynamic, North Iceland waterfall. I was facing West around 20.30 on this September evening on a tour around Iceland.
A slow shutter can be achieved with a dark filter (often called an ND filter), or by taking the photograph in low light.
If you catch the glacier ice beach at the right time, you can photograph the incredible colours of a sunset or sunrise.
In the Summer, I like to photograph Goðafoss waterfall in North Iceland at an un-godly hour!! The waterfall of the Gods is at the perfect angle for a Summer sunrise.
This night photograph, from Jokulsarlon glacier lagoon in Iceland, captured Northern Lights and a comet disappearing into the North sky over Iceland.
This is the best place you could possibly stand to photograph the Northern lights. Once you have captured floating glacier icebergs with an aurora reflecting in the still lake, it is difficult to top.
Magic Cloth Ice Beach – Long Exposure Photography Video This tutorial…
When your local volcano erupts, grab your camera and tripod and head out for a Long Exposure adventure. There is nothing like being with other photographers who want to be there until it gets dark, so choose your company wisely.
This was an incredible Valentine’s morning on the ice beach. We were in the middle of a photo tour and the light was exactly like this as we arrived on the beach because this was the very first image I took that morning.
Long Exposure Photography How to get Silky Water Effect on Waterfalls…
Magic Cloth Long Exposure Berserk Lava field Snæfellsnes Snæfellsnes Peninsula This…