What can I do with Neutral Density Filters – 271 Seconds – Streaking Clouds

I have been experimenting with extreme time exposures.

This image was shot in early October while driving to Drummond Island.

I used a 10 stop neutral density filter and the resulting exposure worked out to be 271 seconds. The extremely long duration allowed time for the clouds to “streak” across the image. The tree also managed to wobble quite a bit during the exposure thus the unique shaky look.

This Winter I will be hosting a “filter” workshop. The factory rep from Vü Filters will be on-hand to assist and we will have a full selection of filters available for purchase at special rates for workshop participants. Stay tuned!

Stretching out time
Extreme Time Exposure

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