Night photography Prints in Iceland
What I love about night photography is that it reveals colours that you just can’t see with your eyes.
This is the tectonic riff at Thingvellir National park. Te waterfall is called Öxararfoss.
This has adjusted curves and a little enhancement on the colours, but with the help of half moon and magic cloth, this is pretty much in camera.
How to buy
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60cm x 40cm
Own an original piece of photographic art.
The Magic Cloth Technique
The Magic Cloth Technique is a an exciting way to capture a high dynamic range scene.
Dark Filter: (but not if you are shooting at night!)
I use screw-on filters for convenience.
Set up your tripod to make it heavy. This is good practice for high end long exposure photography. Avoid extending the center column unless you really need to. The center column is the least stable part of the tripod.
Some more Long Exposure articles…
What to do:
Use a dark filter or low light for a longer exposure time, then over expose the picture by 2 – 3 stops.
There are benefits to using a long Exposure time. 2-5 sec requires a fast, but smooth movement to cover the sky within a reflex time. 5-10 sec allows for a extra exposure of the middle-ground.
Magic Cloth Movement
Once the sky has been exposed, I usually lower the cloth very quickly and bring it up carefully.
Check out some Auroras on our Photo Tours.
Many thanks for visiting!
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“I don’t trust words. I trust pictures.”
— Gilles Peress
Did you know?
Icelandic, belongs to the Germanic language family and is very difficult to learn.
Facts about Night photography
The most popular places to see the Aurora borealis is Iceland, Norway,Alaska, Northern Canada in the winter months when there are long nights.
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