Summer evening at Kalø Vig

While waiting for the moon rise on Monday 26th of July, I found these motifs to work with. The light was magic and extremely beautiful and the evening sky was colourful and very dramatic.

The image of the old castle ruins are made with my favourite landscape lens the Nikkor PC-E 24mm 3,5 ED, that I have got modified to make both shift and tilt movements in the same level. I shifted the lens down 5 degrees to get some foreground and tilted the lens about 2 degrees to get optimal DOF. This image could not have been made with the factory setting of the lens - I think the modification is well worth the money!

- Minutes later the moon was rising on the eastern sky.



Castle ruins at Kalø Vig, Mols Bjerge N.P. Denmark
(Nikon D700, Nikkor PC-E 24mm 3,5 ED, Graduated ND 0,6S filter, iso 200, tripod)

Stones, Kalø Vig, Mols Bjerge N.P. Denmark
(Nikon D700, Nikkor PC-E 24mm 3,5 ED, Graduated ND 0,6H filter, iso 200, tripod)

Seagulls, Kalø Vig, Mols Bjerge N.P. Denmark
(Nikon D700, Nikkor AFS 300mm 2,8 VR ED, TC-14E II teleconverter, iso 200, tripod)

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