I am quite busy at the moment with reviewing and processing the snowy mountain landscapes I have been shooting in the past few months. The winter unfortunately hasn’t been brilliant for photography over here, however it does look like I got away with some nice ones 🙂
The coming few months, I will focus on long exposure photography a bit more again. Haven’t been doing a lot of LE work lately and I miss it. This minimalistic black & white image was shot last month, during the only LE outing I have had since December last year. The conditions weren’t brilliant, but it did give me a chance to test 2 new lenses. This image is a 4-minute long exposure and features a simple sign post on a rock in Lac Léman (Lake Geneva). I opted for giving the image lots of negative space. Hope you like it!?
I captured the image with my new 85mm lens on a D800E. I used 3 Lee ND filters (10+3+3) to get to an exposure time of 4 minutes. The image was processed with Adobe’s Lightroom 4.3 and Nik’s Silver Efex Pro 2.