Lee Filters Big Stopper

Lee Filters Big Stopper

Lee Filter System

Beginning of January decided to go to Porlock to try out the new Big Stopper by Lee Filters.

 

The Big Stopper is a neutral density filter that reduces the amount of light entering your lens by ten stops.
By greatly extending exposure times the Big Stopper has the effect of allowing anything that is moving in your image to become blurred or ghost like, for example clouds, waterfalls, rivers, and the sea. The filter can also be used on cityscapes to blur people or on roads and motorways to blur traffic. www.leefilters.com

 

Porlock Weir Slow Shutter Sped

Porlock Weir | f/22 | Exposure 47 sec | ISO 100

Freezing day, didn’t really get what I was hoping for, but it shows what the Big Stopper can do.

Normanton Church – Anglian Water

Normanton Church – Anglian Water | f22 | Exposure 49 sec | ISO 100

The long exposure on these shots enabled me to keep some movement in the sky and smooth out water

Normanton Church – Anglian Water

Normanton Church – Anglian Water | f22 | Exposure 45 sec | ISO 100

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