Kent Schmidton Sep 15
Thanks for the details on the filter and letting me know you're pleased with the B + W.
Adrian Zissoson Sep 15
This is the type of shot that I first think about when someone says "Long Exposure". It is so peaceful and beautiful - a classic look and mood
Elizabeth Saucieron Sep 15
@ Kent -- Like Adrian, I use a B + W 10-stop ND filter (bought their highest grade), which I feel is really very good quality. Lee and Singh Ray are excellent, too ... with a price tag to go with it. I bought the ND filter to fit my widest lens, Canon 16-35mm -- and got a step-down ring to fit my other lenses.
KDP450on Sep 14
Great b&w work.
Don Hendersonon Sep 14
Both of your photographs are fantastic!! great work!
Kent Schmidton Sep 14
I like the composition -- the roughness of the rocks pointing towards the structure with the mountains beyond. The camera angle is good with the right amount of space between the far end of the structure (dock?) and the mountains. Like Ricky, a 10-stop ND is on my list. I had convinced myself I could wait, but maybe not. Since I'm just exploring filters, what brand/system do you use?
rickytimson Sep 14
A 10-stop ND is on my wish list just for this sort of image - I'm speechless.
Elizabeth Saucieron Sep 12
Daytime long exposure on the San Francisco Bay. I like using a 10-stop ND filter + a wide angle to photograph water during the day. Still practicing and learning. I didn't want a total b & w image for this one, so I mixed a little sepia with it. Comments? I'm not so sure the color works well. Comments on the composition, too, please. Thanks.