Old Watermill

Lovely spring day, had the day off work so thought I would get out practicing taking more photos.

So mountain bike out, camera kit all packed and off I went. I hadn’t been cycling for long when I came across this lovely old watermill just outside of Petersfield in Hampshire.

ISO 100, 13mm, 0.8 sec, f/22
ISO 100, 13mm, 0.8 sec, f/22

Using Shutter Speed Priority to help slow down the movement of the water, and then converting to black-white using Adobe Lightroom when I got home, I managed to achieve the above image.

The day was also spent taking time to practice using both ND and GD Cokin filters, using these filters together can help slow down your camera speed on bright sunny days, and also help capture any cloud cover there maybe

ISO 100, 13mm, 0.8 sec, f/22
ISO 100, 13mm, 0.8 sec, f/22

When using both Neutral Density and Gradual Density filters together, you need to take care. As doubling up filters can create an unwanted purple tint on occasions.

Published by JustGreatShots Photography

Photographers, who love taking and sharing photos. Whilst writing posts about what we have learnt whilst out on our photography adventures, in a way to help those new to photography take that next step away from just shooting in Auto Mode

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