When I was in Glacier National Park last week I took several images using my 15 stop neutral density filter. This is one I particularly liked.
315 sec; f/16; ISO 100; 24mm; 15 stop neutral density filter
Later in the day I took a hike to a point I had never been to before. When I left the car there were no clouds, so I left my filter behind and just took a camera and tripod.
After spending some time at the point clouds formed and I wished I had carried my filter. I thought about it for a while and decided to take 40 images at 8 sec intervals, with the thought of combining them later. Here is the result.
40 exposures at 8 sec intervals 1/125 sec; f/20; Exp comp -.67; ISO 100; 42mm
Here is a video tutorial on the process. I hope you can use this technique to add some creativity to your images in the future.
You can check out other videos on my Vimeo channel here.
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