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Author: Andy Wasley

Reciprocity failure in landscape long exposures – Andy wasley

Iceland. Winter. You’re standing at the base of a waterfall, semi-numb fingers fumbling a new roll of 35mm into the back of your ice-cold SLR. Before you – yards away – the fall thunders down past chandeliers of icicles into a churning basin of coal-black water, snow and slush. Around you are ice-bleached bleak mountains, impassively watching you freeze beneath iron-grey skies and amid vicious flurries of needle-sharp snow.   Perfect, you think, for a spot of slow-exposure photography. You set your exposure – 1/8″ at f8. You slap on a ten-stop ND filter and wipe away a stray...

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