Still and Motion in Colors
A 110 second winter twilight exposure on a Southern California beach.
This long exposure shows the cloud movements and the small pebbles rolling around the sand with the tides.
I shot this over a month ago during my experiment with ND110 filter. I also used a 2 stop hard-edge GND filter on this shot. The BW ND110 added too much saturation to my long exposures. The sky was colorful, but not that intense. The actual scene was much darker. I thought about toning down the colors, but decided to leave it. When I get a chance, I’ll post another version shot without the ND110 filter.
After the above long exposure was recorded, I removed the ND110 filter and took a 1/6 second exposure of the same scene at the same aperture (F16) and ISO (200). These two images were shot about 3 minutes apart (counting the 2 minutes exposure time for the first shot). Both raw exposures were converted to JPGs using identical steps.
EXIF & Info
- Canon EOS 5D
- Canon EF 17-40mm F4L USM
- Lee 0.6 hard-edge GND; BW ND110
- Gitzo GT3530S + RRS BH-55 LR ballhead
- [F8] [110s] [20mm] [ISO 200]
- Exposure Mode:
- Date Taken:
- January 10, 2010
- February 23, 2010 at 12:53 am