Working with the Wind - Part 3

The ideal use for long exposures is when photographing in strong winds where everything is moving including trees and clouds; water is also a great motif. These ephemeral elements are fluid and always in motion, a long exposure creates wonderful wind swept clouds and smooth silky water, an effect I can't get enough of and hopefully I will find the time to make new ones soon.




Cotton-grass (Eriophorum), Råbjerg Mile, Denmark
(Nikon D700, Nikkor PC-E 24mm 3,5 ED, Lee Big Stopper and Graduated ND 0,6H filters, iso 200, tripod, 25 sec. exposure)

Birch grove, Råbjerg Mile, Denmark
(Nikon D700, Nikkor PC-E 85mm 2,8 micro, Lee Big Stopper filter, iso 200, tripod, 15 sec. exposure)

The great sand dune of Råbjerg Mile, Denmark
(Nikon D700, Carl Zeiss ZF.2 50mm 2,0 T* Makro-Planar, Lee Big Stopper and Graduated ND 0,6H filters, iso 200, tripod, 15 sec. exposure)

Cotton-grass (Eriophorum), Råbjerg Mile, Denmark
(Nikon D700, Nikkor PC-E 24mm 3,5 ED, Lee Big Stopper and Graduated ND 0,6H filters, iso 200, tripod, 30 sec. exposure)


The Råbjerg Mile Collection - Great Sand Dunes of the North Sea Coast, Denmark

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