Lighthouse & Abbey Ruins at Sunrise, Brittany

Vieri Bottazzini

New Member
As landscape photographers, we love lighthouses and we love ruins. Being able to photograph both together is just special! Lighthouse & Abbey Ruins at Sunrise, a 181 seconds exposure taken in Brittany (France) with my Hasselblad X1D II, Hasselblad XCD 21mm and Formatt-Hitech Firecrest Ultra filters.



Thank you for viewing, best regards

Vieri
 

dirk

MFF-Founder
Administrator
What a great image!

I would guess that the "drawing effect" would be even more if you would use a dark frame. Have you tried this?
 

Vieri Bottazzini

New Member
What a great image!

I would guess that the "drawing effect" would be even more if you would use a dark frame. Have you tried this?
Thank you Dirk, glad you enjoyed it :) I don't like dark frames. All my photos are framed in white. Best regards,

Vieri
 

dirk

MFF-Founder
Administrator
Hi Vieri,

fair enough. I understand this.

I always find it interesting to hear more about the "how did I make this picture". I mean not just technical information. I mean above all, how did you get to this place, have you been standing on a boat in the water or on a cliff vis a vis?

This images looks like you were "flying" in front of that coast. How did you do that?
 

jotloob

MFF-Fan
Thank you Dirk, glad you enjoyed it :) I don't like dark frames. All my photos are framed in white. Best regards,

Vieri
Hello Vieri . I like dark frame when working on the computer for a longer time .
When I frame my images , they all have a white frame . And my posts as well .
 

Vieri Bottazzini

New Member
Hi Vieri,

fair enough. I understand this.

I always find it interesting to hear more about the "how did I make this picture". I mean not just technical information. I mean above all, how did you get to this place, have you been standing on a boat in the water or on a cliff vis a vis?

This images looks like you were "flying" in front of that coast. How did you do that?
Being a long exposure, it's fairly difficult to do that on a boat. I was standing on ground facing the cliff.

Hello Vieri . I like dark frame when working on the computer for a longer time .
When I frame my images , they all have a white frame . And my posts as well .
Hey there, I am glad you also prefer to use white frames for your images :)

Best regards,

Vieri
 
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