Ice from the land of ice and fire
Reworking that pano to a 2×3 crop and some pastel colour blending. A lovely afternoon at Goðafoss.
Posted by Iceland Aurora Photo Tours on 2015-02-10 20:22:40
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The Magic Cloth Photography Technique is a an exciting way to record a high dynamic range scene.
What you do:
Begin with a filter or low light for a longer exposure time, then over expose the scene by 2 – 3 stops.
It is preferable to work with a long Shutter speed. 2-5 seconds requires a fast, but smooth action to darken the sky within a split second. 5-10 seconds lets you have a controlled exposure of the foreground.
Magic Cloth Movement
In many situations I bring the cloth down with a fast movement and up slowly.
Change the Movement to capture a dozen short exposures of the sky, rather than one initial exposure (30 sec & over exposures only).
Spot meter for the sky and multiply that shutter speed by three or four
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