Recipe #6 - Long Exposure

Discussion in 'The Recipe - Bi-Weekly Photography Contest' started by Ken Rennie, Nov 7, 2018.

  1. Ken Rennie

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    A 30s Exposure taken of the Massif des Aiguilles Rouge from the Chamonix (France) campsite. Taken long after sunset with little or no light. The long exposure not only allows you to see the mountains but brings out the movement of the clouds and the twisting and swirling clouds are the real subject of the photograph although I could not guess at the outcome. Ken _DSF0726-3.jpg
     
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    Interesting result - almost looks like flowing water over the peaks.
     
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    I like it Ken!
     
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    Nice entry Ken.
     

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