Slapped the filters on the old Nikon at the weekend, I do like the old milky long exposures. A 39 second exposure above and 52 seconds below, random times that come with not putting a watch on.
All shot with an extension tube on a D3100 with 28mm lens.
The local reservoir frozen over at the weekend was a surprise because I didn’t think it had been that cold recently. I’m thinking that the ice has captured the algae in the water but I’m no expert in that field.
“Hell is empty, and all the devils are here!”
Ferdinand jumping from the fiery wreck.
Here’s a couple of shots from this morning in the garden with the extension tubes fitted to the 50mm.
The top shot has nice light through the water drop and the bottom one is just me trying to focus, not the easiest on the tubes.
Forgot the wee plate thing for attaching the camera to the tripod, that’s the official name for that thingy. Strap tied around tripod, camera placed gently on top and hope that I don’t knock it off.
This is the best of the tweaked bunch just missing a decent red sky over the trees but just about getting some nice green algae swirling around the tower.
A stormy sky and an empty beach, it’s not LA is it? The rain came down shortly after this one.
A slight HDR put on this one.