The shorter the days get, the easier long exposure landscapes become. After a quick burn on the bike around the Blue route at Cardinham Woods near Bodmin (collecting footage for a short film on the excellent mountain biking here) we finished off with a nice walk. The mist hanging in the trees and waning light gave a great ambience to the shots. Neutral density filters fitted, I could ramp the exposure up to 4 seconds, providing an interesting blurred out effect on the water. This effect has pretty much become a photography cliche these days but I still like it, and in this case I was doing product shots and wanted the focus to be on the item, free of distractions, such as the turbulent water.
I have a habit of finding adventure just about anywhere. Here I share some of them with you dear readers...