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London Millennium Bridge and The Shard

13 May

Millennium Bridge, London
08 May 2014

(60 Second Exposure with an ND1000 Filter;an ND1000 Filter reduces the light passing through the Camera Lens by 10 Stops).

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2 responses to “London Millennium Bridge and The Shard

  1. Leanne Cole

    May 13, 2014 at 9:36 pm

    Fantastic image, I love it, can I ask a question, it looks like a long exposure, did you make the sky like that, or did it happen as you were shooting it. I keep trying to get skies like that.

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    • Kayode Okeyode

      May 13, 2014 at 9:55 pm

      Hi Leanne, thanks for your comment and question. This is a 60 second exposure taken with an ND10 Filter when the clouds were moving very fast.

      We’ve had lots of stormy weather here in London with fast moving clouds and I wanted to get a picture showing the movement. I think it had just stopped raining; that’s why there are droplets on the railing.

      The trick to this kind of picture is make sure the clouds are either moving towards the Camera Lens or away from the Camera Lens but not sideways (or at right angles to the Camera Lens). In my previous visits to this location with an ND1000 Filter, I could not get the movement of the clouds right but this time the clouds were moving away from the Camera Lens towards Tower Bridge.

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