Tuesday, 21 October 2014

The Bodiam Castle, Sussex.

 
The Bodiam Castle erected in 1385. For a full size photo please click on the image.


A story behind: Shooting long exposure photos in full daylight with a sun shining brightly can be a challenge.

First wait for the sun to hide over any cloud to catch less light. Find a spot where your camera is standing in a shady place and is not being directly hit be the sun light. Put the darkest filter you have.

The exposition times of this photo is 56 seconds.
 
Location:  East Sussex, England.
 
Gear: Nikon D 610, Nikkor 16-35mm 4G ED AF-S, tipod, 10x filter

 
Focal Length: 16 mm

Aperture: 22

Exposure: 56 sec.

Date: September 21st, 2014. 12:58 a.m.

2 comments:

Hilde said...

great picture of a wonderful castle! love the subtile light.
greetings, Hilde

brham13silva said...

How amazing place it is “The Bodiam Castl”. I wish I can visit there, and the photo is captured so amazingly. What a great story you have shared behind that. Dear I know a famous Port Macquarie Photographer who also clicks such beautiful pictures.