Slow things down

NPhoto - - Landmark Masterclass -

When it’s quite bright, even set­ting an ISO of 100 and your lens’s small­est aper­ture won’t en­able you to set a slow enough shut­ter speed to blur wa­ter. The so­lu­tion is to use a Neu­tral Den­sity (ND) fil­ter. You can then use an app like Long­Time Ex­po­sure Cal­cu­la­tor (see page 11) to work out what your shut­ter speed should be.

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