This morning I stopped briefly at a small but picturesque nature photography location. I have photographed the same manmade spillway a few times before, with the camera oriented in a similar manner. My approach and end product was slightly different today, as I’ve been using a 10-stop Neutral Density filter which greatly increases exposure time. The images usually display a great exaggeration of motion in natural elements, which we commonly refer to as a “painterly effect”. There are times when this approach can be impractical or too clichéd, but it also demonstrates great patience and technique in one’s repertoire.
Exposure settings: 50s F/10 ISO 200. Photo taken with the Tamron 14-150mm Di III All-In-One Lens for micro four thirds cameras.