One of the joys of photography is trying new things. Many of us have genres we are drawn to, I know that I do. Mine shift between portraiture and travel and back, for the most part. Occasionally I have the opportunity to experiment and try some different techniques.
I recent led an event at Pike Place Market and along the waterfront. For fun I carried my tripod and some ND filters. We were there a bit before sunset and found ourselves at the water shortly before sunset. I decided to use my 10-stop neutral density filter to really slow down the water.
This is a technique we often use if we want to photograph waterfalls during daylight hours, which I’ve done a time or two, but I honestly had not thought about using it in this scenario.
I only captured a few frames, but this was my fave.
Here are the settings and what I used. Next time you are out creating and want to try something new, this would be something to consider!
Camera: Fujifilm X-T2 with 14mm f/2.8 Lens
ISO: 200 | Aperture: f/22 | Shutter Speed 50seconds
10 Stop Neutral Density Filter
Tripod! (Brian by 3 Legged Thing)