Landscape photography in Iceland
Below the mighty Glacier, a channel carved by melt-water.
A little bit of Iceland is coming to London: Mögnuð Jörð (Magnificent Earth) a photo exhibition by Tony Prower at the Brick Lane Gallery in London 11th – 22nd June 2015 Click here for more info.
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The Magic Cloth Photography Technique
What you do:
Use a dark filter or darkness for a longer exposure time, then over expose the picture by two to three stops.
There are benefits to using a long Exposure time. 2-5 seconds requires a quick, but controlled movement to darken the sky within a reflex time. 5-10 seconds gives you a controlled exposure of the foreground.
Magic Cloth Movement
I usually bring the cloth down very quickly and bring it up gently.
Vary the Movement to allow several short exposures of the clouds, instead of a single medium exposure (30 sec or more exposures only).
Spot meter for the sky and
Check out some Auroras on our Photo Tours.
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Other Articles – on my photo tutorial blog
Photo Blog : Magic Cloth Image focus – Dream of the Gods https://icelandaurora.com/photo-tutorials/2017/01/dream-of-the-gods/
Did you know?
The Northern Lights (Aurora Borealis) can be seen during Winter (September-March) when the sky is clear.
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