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Dag 98 - Ocean View II



I dag var jeg for første gang ude at fotografere med mit nye NG filter fra B+W (3.0 1,000x). NG-filtre skrues på fronten af objektivet og forhindrer lyset i at strømme igennem. På den måde kan jeg opnå, at lukkeren på kameraet holdes oppe i længere tid (mens fotosensoren får den rette eksponering/belysning).

Dette er praktisk hvis man fotograferer direkte mod en meget stærk lyskilde såsom solen eller ild. Men også hvis man ønsker at udjævne bevægelser. Her stod lukkeren åben i 15 sekunder og derfor er havet helt "glat" fordi alle bevægelser i havet i løbet af 15 sekunder er blevet udjævnet. Det samme gør sig gældende for himmelen. Broen står helt skarpt, da den ikke har flyttet sig i løbet af de 15 sekunder.

NG-filtrene kan leveres i forskellige styrke (jo højere værdi jo mørkere er glasset). Jeg har valgt den højeste værdi og glasset er dermed meget mørt og lys kommer kun langsomt igennem.

Fotoet er taget på stranden ved Strandvejen og Taarbæk - altså i nærheden af Erimitagen og Københavns Golfklub.


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