Korsvika, Trondheim, Norway by Ljublius

Korsvika, Trondheim, Norway

by Ljublius in Waterscape

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  • Submitted:Jan 13th, 2011
  • Resolution:683x1024
  • Date Created:Jul 3rd, 2010
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  • Camera:Canon EOS 5D
  • Exposure:20/1
  • CCDWidth:5mm
  • Aperture:f/22.0
  • Focal Length:22mm
  • ISO Speed:50
  • Flash Fired:Flash did not fire, compulsory
  • Software:Aperture 3.1.1
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  • dehk


    My friend, just a suggestion, I see a lots of photos are in relatively smaller apertures, probably because you wanted a longer shutter speed. But in the long run you wants stronger ND filters, because relatively small aperture will result in lens diffraction, everything will be in focus but it will be less sharp and less details in full view, you want to find the balance.

    Jan 13th, 2011 Reply
    • Ljublius


      I'm fully aware of that, and like you said, it's because I wanted the longest exposure time. Normally I shoot between f/14 and f/16. On this particular shot I used a LEE ND standard + ND hard grad 0.6. Thanks for the concern! =)

      This summer I invested in a LEE Big Stopper, and that way I'm able to keep to the sharpest aperture and still get the exposure time I want =)

      Jan 13th, 2011 Reply
    • dehk


      Not a problem, great that you're aware of it, i just thought I had to bring it up. Cheers.

      Jan 13th, 2011 Reply