[ 36mm - f/11 - 126sec - ISO100 - Nikon D3x with 24-70 f/2.8 lens ]
A few weeks ago I was doing a hike in the Val d’Areuse near Boudry in the Swiss canton of Neuchâtel, home of the Gorges de l’Areuse. The Gorges de l’Areuse is a narrow gorge through the limestones of the Jura, shaped by the Areuse river. One of the things I was after, was long exposures of the flowing water and nature’s details in it.
It is always a bit hard to predict how a long exposure image of a mountain river will look. I tend to be on the look-out for stones or wood with a bit of character or a special color. In addition I tend to look for light patches that can give a long exposure image a special look and feel. I think that in this case I found a nice combination. Hope you like it!
I combined a Lee 10-stop and a Lee 3-stop ND filter to achieve a 126 second exposure at f/11.
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