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These photos were also taken on a sunny day using a variable neutral density filter to allow me to photograph at a slow speed. They were produced by using camera and lens movement.

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Every once in a while I get bored with my normal photograph and try something different. These photographs were taken out among my wildflowers on a bright sunny day. I was able to create a low light condition by using my Variable Neutral Density filter. With the camera set to a slow speed I used various camera movements to create something a little different.

Black-eyed Susans

Black-eyed Susans

Black-eyed Susans

Black-eyed Susans

Black-eyed Susans

Black-eyed Susans

On the way back to Grand Marais we stopped at Judge C .R. Magney State Park to photograph the waterfalls. We hiked along the river to Devil’s Kettle Falls. It was a bright sunny day but my variable neutral density filter allowed me to capture the fall as I wanted to capture it.

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We took a few shots of the falls before heading back down to the lower falls. The lower fall really required a wide angle lens but since I didn’t have the correct filter I tried to capture an intimate photo of the falls.

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