Yesterday we finally had some times to give it a try.
But the day started with a migraine. some thing I really needed I just could find in my studio, and somehow I had the feeling the day would not bring the success I wanted.
After half an hour we headed to the location I had in mind, parked my car
and started unloading all the stuff we needed.
I was not allowed to park my car at that spot and he wanted to write me a ticked of 90,= euro!!.
kind to give me a warning...pfoeee.
After some struggling with the depth of the lake (Ferry needed to find a place where to stand)
and setting up the camera we finally were ready to start making some plates.
That went on the whole afternoon.
So it was extremely difficult to judge the exposure.
During the day MANY people stopped and watched us wondering what the hell we were doing and what Ferry was doing in the muddy water....
Ferry, as patient as he always is, explained the process more than ten times during that afternoon.
But I just wanted to share you this little story.
Just to show you how steep the way to success can be.
Dallmeyer 5d at f 22
exposure time 4 seconds
Short video of Ferry trying to find the best spot were to stand