This metallic finish is hard as steel. On our 3 day Jökulsarlon photo tour
Tagged: , Iceland , ice , ice lagoon , Jökulsárlón , jokulsarlon , Magic cloth , Magic cloth technique , long exposure , low light , glacier
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Facts about glacier ice
During the last ice age they covered 32% of the World’s land area
- Great features and total manual mode
- Excellent live view can focus on stars!
- Essential settings can be edited with external buttons .
- The Red light on the back lets you know you are exposing.
The Magic Cloth Photography Technique
Some more Long Exposure photography info…
Magic Cloth Method:
Begin with a dark filter or darkness for a for a slower shutter speed, then over expose the scene by two to three stops.
It is easier to set a long Exposure time. 2-5 seconds requires a quick, but controlled movement to burn the sky within a reflex time. 5-10 seconds allows for a extra exposure of the foreground.
Magic Cloth Action
In many cases I bring the cloth down with a fast action and up slowly.
Change the Action to capture many short exposures of the clouds, rather than one initial exposure (30 sec or more exposures only).
Meter for the highlights and then times four to get the total exposure time.
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1963 a new volcano erupted into an island called Surtsey in the Atlantic South of Iceland.