08 Aug Long Exposures at St Helen’s Chapel
Source: Maclean Photographic
Yesterday I conducted my latest Long Exposure Landscapes workshop and one of the places we visited was St Helen’s Chapel up the coast from Dunbar. This is a ruined church that was abandoned in the late18th century. It is a very atmospheric place with ruined walls and upturned grave markers.
Using the X-Pro2 and 10-24mm f4 lens fitted with the Lee Big Stopper and Lee 0.9 ND Grad, I produced some images to demonstrate the techniques I was teaching…
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