|19mm, ISO 400, f/11, 0.6 seconds|
I immediately started setting up and firing off shots. The toughest part about shooting here was that getting a normal eddy usually requires 8 second shutter speeds. Most of the shots I was taking were completely blowing out the highlights at 1.5 seconds so I thought capturing this eddy was going to be difficult.
I then took the ND filter off the lens and found out that with just the polarizer on lens and at normal 1/2 second speeds I could actually catch the eddy better than I did at the longer shutters.
Pieced two images together in Photoshop Elements and then imported into Photomatix Essentials to capture details in the water.
Great shot, Jerry. That polarizer really brought out the color depth. Very nice!ReplyDelete