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Witmar Mar 15
great picture
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Awesome
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Stunning
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Welcome to Viewbug. Lovely image well seen and handled.
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Stunning!
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essenphoto Jun 21
Great use of contrast in the black and white to emphasize the strong lines in the architecture!

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Landhausschiff ULZB



Long Exposure - 600 seconds
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Won Contest Finalist in The Moving Clouds Photo ContestAugust, 2018
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Behind The Lens

Location
This is the "Landhausschiff" (statehouse"ship"), in the government district of Lower Austria in St. Pölten. To the right there is the "Klangturm" (lit. "sound-tower"), which houses a exhibition of sound installations.
Time
16:03:21
Lighting
I had to wait for the perfect cloud-cover: not too dense and not to sparse to get the desired streaking of the sky.
Equipment
Nikon D800 with the Nikkor 14-24 ƒ2.8. A sturdy tripod and two ND-filters: 1000x and 64x combined.
Inspiration
I wanted to blur the sky and get some surreal streaks.
Editing
Lightroom and Photoshop. Selective noise reduction (you get a lot of noise in a 10 min exposure) and conversion to b&w with a filter.
In my camera bag
The Nikkor 14-24 ƒ2.8 is my goto-lens when it comes to architecture. A sturdy tripod helps a lot to compose the shot and minimize shake for the long exposures.
Feedback
Take your time and wait for the right clouds and wind. A good tripod and a cable-release is a must. Try to shoot with low ISO to minimize noise in your image.

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