Interesting Photo of the Day: Finnich Glen in Scotland

Check out this enchanting image taken by photographer Ann-Marie Westwood at the Finnich Glen, also known as The Devil’s Pulpit, located just outside of Glasgow in Scotland:

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Finnich Glen

The image was taken using a Nikon D200. To capture the entire scene, Westwood used a wide 32mm focal length while shooting at an ISO of 100 and small aperture of f/22. The soft water effect is done using a long exposure technique, in this case a full 30 seconds, which captures the movement of the water and gives a milky look.

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2 Comments

  1. Tiberman Sajiwan Ramyead says:

    Ann-Marie

    I take my hat off! That Finnich Glen shot has a je-ne-sais-quoi [something which cannot be explained] in it. And it is in perfect harmony with your beautiful name.
    Warm regards from Mauritius

  2. Marco says:

    Very beautiful, I really love it.
    I have a question for you: this long exposure means the photo was shoot with no light at all? Or do you use a nd filter?

    Thanks for the answer, I’m trying to improve milky water effect.

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