Seljalandsfoss is a spectacular waterfall in the south of Iceland. The water drops 60m (200ft) from the the top of the cliff and it's possible to walk behind the falls which is where I took this photo from looking back toward the coastal plain and the setting sun.
I used a circular B+W 6 stop neutral density filter to get a slow shutter speed (1.6 seconds) so I could slightly blur the water but it was almost impossible to keep the lens free of water droplets as the falls created a fine mist of water that filled the air - by the time I'd finished both me and all my camera equipment was soaked.
7th November, 2012 - Chapel Camera Club
On Wednesday 7th November 2012 I'll be giving a talk about my black and white fine art photography at Chapel Camera Club, Derbyshire. The talk is between 8pm and 10pm and I'll be showing lots of images using a digital projector. For venue details follow this link
Like what you see here and are interested in photographic composition?.....the blog section of my website now has a complete set of 5 articles covering my personal approach to the subject: Ian Bramham Photography - Blog
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16 mm (35mm equiv.)