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Mark Cullen

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By the time we got to Tioga Lake in Yosemite National Park, it was past three and mid-afternoon sun wasn't exactly providing the best lighting conditions. I have a fun new filter in my bag ready to solve that problem though! A 10-stop ND filter. Woah, nelly. This is a 30-second exposure in broad daylight! A 10-stop neutral density filter is extreme. It's just like a normal neutral density filter, but a black hole-esque monster that reduces the amount of light reaching the camera sensor by 1000x. It's insane. Even in the brightest light, seeing through the viewfinder is all but impossible so I had to compose the shot, then screw on my filter. I shot a 30-second exposure in broad daylight! The result is a uniquely beautiful view of Yosemite. A phantasmic dream of a landscape, really. This photograph is "straight out of the box" as they say, with minor edits to tidy up a bit. I hope you like it as much as I do!
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