One of my goals during Saturday’s photowalk in St. Edward’s University was to shoot some long exposures using my ND1000 (10 stop) filter. I’ve had this filter for a couple of years but haven’t really had a chance to use it a great deal yet.
The new natural sciences building, apparently not yet open but, by the looks of it, just about ready for a ribbon-cutting, offered a great target. Here’s one of the images I shot. I was rather biased towards black and white for this kind of shot (probably thanks to the work of people like Nathan Wirth and Joel Tjintjelaar) but in this case I rather liked the colour version. The bold red element works nicely for me here. For comparison, you can find the monochrome version here. What do you think?
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