Long exposure photography often takes place at night or during the twilight hours. Neutral density filters make it possible to extend our exposure even further. Today, I'll take on the most difficult time to get a long exposure: midday. Using a ND filter and a lot of patience, I'll work to make an image of a World War II pill box in the farmland of Great Britain.
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You'll need the following equipment to follow along with the tutorial:
- Remote Camera Release
- Long Exposure Calculator App
- A 10 Stop Neutral Density Filter
- A Camera with Bulb Mode
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