Pitstone Windmill at sunset (ISO100, f/18, 118 s)A Guest Post by Elliot Hook
Long exposure photography has become very popular in the last couple of years, getting a lot of coverage in landscape photography magazines and on photo sharing websites. With the ever-increasing number of options for 10-stop neutral density (ND) filters on the market, there has never been a better time to give it a go.
However, taking photographs when using such high-density filters gives rise to a set of problems that you may not have previously considered, so this article is intended to give a few useful tips that I have picked up since starting my journey learning about long exposure photography.
A neutral density filter should be just that: neutral; blocking out light without leaving a colour cast on the resulting image. Each