ND filter

52mm ND Variable Filter Neutral Density ND2-ND400 UKFilters  £9.99 

82mm ND Variable Filter Neutral Density ND2-ND400 UKFilters £14.99 

67mm ND Variable Filter Neutral Density ND2-ND400 UKFilters £10.99 

67mm Slim Fader Variable ND Filter Adjustable ND2 4 8 to ND400 Neutral Density £11.99 

Fotga 52mm Fader Variable ND Filter Adjustable Neutral Density ND2 to ND400 Y5E9 £7.59 

52mm 52 ND2-ND400 Vario ND Variable Neutral Density Camera Lens Filter UK £6.99 

72mm ND Variable Filter Neutral Density ND2-ND400 UKFilters £12.99 

58mm Adjustable Variable Neutral Density ND2-ND400 Lens Filter For Canon Nikon  £6.69 

Hoya 72mm ND400 Filter Neutral Density MULTI COATED Filter 72 mm £1.8 

Fotga 72mm Fader ND Filter Variable Neutral Density ND2 to ND400 for Canon F0D9 £8.87 

Neewer 62mm Ultra Slim ND2-ND400 Fader Neutral Density Adjustable Lens Filter £10.5 

Fotga82mm Slim Fader ND Lens Filter Adjustable Neutral Density ND2 to ND400 S1V6 £8.61 

FOTGA Slim Fader Variable ND Filter Adjustable ND2 to ND400 72mm Neutral Density £7.04 

Neewer Adjustable Filter for DJI Phantom 4/3 Advanced and Professional ND2-ND400 £5.5 

Andoer 55mm ND Fader Adjustable ND2 to ND400 Filter for Canon Nikon Camera T9G3 £6.91 


Iceland Travel Photography Jokulsarlon Skogafoss Godafoss Geysir Gullfoss Reykjavik Seljalandsfoss

Iceland travel photography visiting Jokulsarlon, Skogafoss, Godafoss, Seljalandsfoss, waterfalls, Reykjavik, Fluidir, Harpa building, Akureyri, Gulfoss, Vik, Myvatn and the great Geysir.

Iceland has some of the most beautiful scenery and landscapes to see and photograph. A relatively small Island so easy to navigate although a 4×4 vehicle is the best way to get around and explore.

Photos taken with the Nikon D800.

Iceland Waterfall
Iceland Waterfall
Seljalandsfoss Iceland Waterfall
Seljalandsfoss Iceland Waterfall
Godafoss Iceland Waterfall
Godafoss Iceland Waterfall

Iceland waterfall dettifoss
Iceland waterfall dettifoss
Dreams Iceland
Dreams Iceland
Dreams Iceland
Dreams Iceland

Sunset under a waterfall iceland
Sunset under a waterfall iceland
Iceland
Iceland
Iceberg Sunrise Iceland
Iceberg Sunrise Iceland

Iceland Iceberg Glow
Iceland Iceberg Glow
Iceland at the end of the world
Iceland at the end of the world
Goðafoss
Goðafoss

Daybreak in Jokulsarlon
Daybreak in Jokulsarlon
Seljalandsfoss Iceland
Seljalandsfoss Iceland

How to do Night Time Long exposure photography | shutter speed ISO and aperture settings

How to do Night Time Long exposure photography | shutter speed ISO and aperture settings

My camera settings of long exposure photos Ive taken during the night. With my shutter speed, ISO and aperture settings.

Photos taken on a mixture of cameras including Nikon D800, Sony A7R and Samsung NX3000. But all these photos can be done with similar results using any camera.

A tripod is required and remote shutter release or if your camera has a timer then that will work fine.

Oslo City by Night
Oslo City by Night
Star Trails over Ayres Rock
Star Trails over Ayres Rock
Crusing the Aussie Outback
Crusing the Aussie Outback
Abbey Mills Paisley3
Abbey Mills Paisley3

Eilean Donan
Eilean Donan
Basilica of the Sagrada Familia
Basilica of the Sagrada Familia
Spinning at home
Spinning at home
Dunure castle at night
Dunure castle at night

Viaduct stars
Viaduct stars
Greennan Castle at night
Greennan Castle at night
Devils Marbles 6 Aus
Devils Marbles 6 Aus
Dunure Castle Stars 2
Dunure Castle Stars 2

Kelpies Falkirk 9
Kelpies Falkirk 9
Devils Marbles 5 Aus
Devils Marbles 5 Aus
Thomas the tank engine
Thomas the tank engine
Dunure Castle Nights watch
Dunure Castle Nights watch

Singapore Marina relfection
Singapore Marina relfection
Iceland in winter
Iceland in winter
Turnberry Lighthouse
Turnberry Lighthouse
Dunure Castle Long exposure
Dunure Castle Long exposure

Milkyway over Coober Pedy
Milkyway over Coober Pedy

Exploring Abandoned Packard Motor Plant Detroit Michigan USA

The Packard Automotive Plant is a former automobile-manufacturing factory in Detroit, Michigan where luxury cars were made by the Packard Motor Car Company and later by the Studebaker-Packard Corporation.

The Packard plant was opened in 1903 and at the time was considered the most modern automobile manufacturing facility in the world with skilled craftsmen involved in over eighty trades. The factory complex closed in 1958, though other businesses operated on the premises or used it for storage until the late 1990s.

A number of the outer buildings were in use by businesses up through the early 2000s. In 2010, the last remaining tenant, Chemical Processing, announced its intention to vacate the premises after 52 years.

Since its abandonment, the plant has been a haven for graffiti artists, urban explorers, paintballers and auto scrappers, and much of the wiring and other building material has been scavenged. In one incident, vandals pushed a dump truck from the fourth floor. Karen Nagher, the executive director of the nonprofit organization Preservation Wayne, stated that she was irked to see people come from “all over the world” to poke around Detroit. “Piece by piece, they’re disassembling those buildings, making it harder and harder to restore them”.

Despite many years of neglect and abuse, the reinforced concrete structures remain mostly intact and structurally sound. Portions of the upper floors of several small sections in various buildings have collapsed or been partly demolished and lay in ruins in the wake of several aborted attempts at demolition over the years.

Many films have been shot here including most recently scenes for the Michael Bay fifth Transformers movie, staring Mark Wahlberg.

Packard Motor Plant Detroit
Packard Motor Plant Detroit
Packard Motor Plant Detroit
Packard Motor Plant Detroit
Packard Motor Plant Detroit
Packard Motor Plant Detroit
Packard Motor Plant Detroit
Packard Motor Plant Detroit

Packard Motor Plant Detroit
Packard Motor Plant Detroit
Packard Motor Plant Detroit
Packard Motor Plant Detroit
Packard Motor Plant Detroit
Packard Motor Plant Detroit

Packard Motor Plant Detroit
Packard Motor Plant Detroit
Packard Motor Plant Detroit
Packard Motor Plant Detroit
Packard Motor Plant Detroit
Packard Motor Plant Detroit
Packard Motor Plant Detroit
Packard Motor Plant Detroit

Packard Motor Plant Detroit
Packard Motor Plant Detroit
Packard Motor Plant Detroit
Packard Motor Plant Detroit
Packard Motor Plant Detroit
Packard Motor Plant Detroit
Packard Motor Plant Detroit
Packard Motor Plant Detroit

Packard Motor Plant Detroit
Packard Motor Plant Detroit
Packard Motor Plant Detroit
Packard Motor Plant Detroit
Packard Motor Plant Detroit
Packard Motor Plant Detroit
Packard Motor Plant Detroit
Packard Motor Plant Detroit
Packard Motor Plant Detroit
Packard Motor Plant Detroit
Packard Motor Plant Detroit
Packard Motor Plant Detroit

Devils Pulpit Finnich Glen near Glasgow Scotland

Devils Pulpit in Stirling just North of Glasgow is an interesting place to photography. It’s a 100 feet deep gorge and the water looks like it runs red, I think this to something to do with the rock formation there as the water picks it up and gives the look as it’s running a very dark red.

devils-pulpit-1
devils-pulpit-1

I’ve visited a couple of times now and to get the best shots you really need to wade up through the river. So I would recommend some waders or swimming shoes as the ground is pretty rocky.

There is a large stone set in the middle which is the pulpit which rumour has it was used for sacrificing upon.. animals or people I don’t know, truth or rumour I don’t know.

devils-pulpit-2
devils-pulpit-2

There is easy parking on the road Drymen on the A809 very close to the small bridge and path that leads to the Devils Pulpit and if your going to photograph the location don’t worry about sunset and sunrise as you are set down within the gorge you won’t benefit from the light. Best time is during the day so it is bright I would recommend an ND filter to slow your shutter speeds down to get some nice flowing long exposure water effects but failing that a small aperture i.e. f22 and lowest ISO would be the way to go.

The location has been used in some TV programmes its a little tricky to get down to the river as its a very steep drop down and some makeshift stairs and rope have been placed there which does help. Sometimes it does get busy here so I would best avoid weekends if the sun is shinning. But well worth a visit.

Devils Pulpit Finnich Glen Location 56.033850, -4.414297

Devils Pulpit Map
Devils Pulpit Map

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