Stokksness is a beautiful coastal area in East Iceland. It is famous because of its views of Vestrahorn mountain.
For this photo, I used a magic cloth technique to give the sky occasional short bursts of exposure to increase the blur. Over the 30 seconds, I exposed the sky with around 6 X half second bursts… equalling about 3 seconds.
The foreground had around 20 seconds of exposure, because half of the sky exposures were reverse grad exposures.
Thanks to Ronni Hauks for introducing me to this side.
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.
This night photograph, from Jokulsarlon glacier lagoon in Iceland, captured a comet disappearing into the North sky over Iceland.