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photoblog image Rocks at Auchmithie

Rocks at Auchmithie

I don't own a ND10 filter so I've recently been experimenting with the glass out of my welding mask.

This was nearly a six minute exposure in the early afternoon. The welding glass leaves a green colour cast easily removed in Lightroom or Camera Raw editing.

Rocks at Auchmithie

I don't own a ND10 filter so I've recently been experimenting with the glass out of my welding mask.

This was nearly a six minute exposure in the early afternoon. The welding glass leaves a green colour cast easily removed in Lightroom or Camera Raw editing.

comments (9)

Love it, Alan: keep experimenting!

I've used an ND8 from time to time, but this shot is better than anything I've produced with it...
brilliant idea Alan and brilliant resultsmile
A well earned picture Alan. Nice.
A good idea, the incredible result!
OMG! ur good with photoshop. I'm still a self learner...
It is a wonderful shot! It looks like a paintin with its compositon and lightening!
Alan Wild: Thanks Kavita!
  • paul
  • United Kingdom
  • 16 Nov 2009, 23:24
I like the effect the colour cast gives - great result
Alan Wild: Cheers Paul....very cheap effect, financially.
  • ben
  • Germany
  • 23 Dec 2009, 19:21
fantastic picture,i like the color and the blur.
  • Theys
  • Belgium
  • 6 Apr 2010, 14:45
Fantastic,splendid picture,i like
  • ben
  • France
  • 2 Feb 2011, 09:52
wonderul image, nice colors and lovley unsharpness from the sea.
The only thing it looks a bit noisy?!

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camera Canon EOS 400D DIGITAL
exposure mode full manual
shutterspeed 344 seconds
aperture f/22.0
sensitivity ISO100
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