Fuji xpro-2, 27mm, f/13, 1,2s, ISO 200
One of the fascinating things about river long exposures is the patterns that appear in the water from the direction of the flow. In shooting the Kaituna River down from Okere Falls, I wasn’t expecting it would be so apparent.
Canon EOS 7D, 32mm, f/11, 1/4s, ISO 100
Recently, while discussing potential prints of flowing water with a client, I realised that I had never posted this photo on my blog. This was shot in the Jura mountains, and I love the near painting quality it has. It was during this session I realised that with rushing water I didn’t need long exposure times to get the amount of motion blur in the water that I like. I used a variant edit of this shot to illustrate my Long Exposure Tutorial.
My first ever attempt at long-exposure. With torrents, « long » is a very relative terms since anything above a fraction of a second makes the whole stream go white.
Saint-Jean de Cole is a beautiful little village in the North of the Dordogne region. The old bridge over the river Cole is a favoured spot for photographers…