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Behind The Lens

Location
Up on top of Mam Tor mountain near hope valley in the Peak District national Park.
Time
First thing in the morning at Sunrise
Lighting
It was a beautiful Autumnal morning with lots of low lying cloud, but the sky was clear with a lovely Sunrise.
Equipment
Nikon D800 Camera, Manfrotto Tripod, 24-70mm Nikkor lens, Lee professional Filters.
Inspiration
Mam Tor is one of my favourite places to photograph in the Peak District I had been up there quite a few times in the past but never quite achieved the image that I envisioned in my mind, I am well known for my long exposure photography and with the low lying cloud I used this technique to create a dreamy surreal image which creates the movement of the low lying cloud from that morning.
Editing
I used LR5 and Photoshop CC for my post processing. The image didn't require too much altering because of the stack of filters I used to slow time down and create this type of surreal image, this causes and increase in saturation already on the image I also slightly increased the sharpness, basic levels and contrast.
In my camera bag
Aways with me is D800 & D810 cameras 24-70 f2.8 Lens 16-35 f4 lens shutter release cable, Battery packs for both cameras and a array of different filters and filter holders all made by Lee Filters.
Feedback
Long Exposure photography is one of the hardest techniques to master but once you have grasped it can be one of the most rewarding as a Landscape Photographer, My advise to anyone is once you understand and have learned the technique the key to creating this type of image is just time patience and of course practice.

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