Time-lapse in Direct Sun using a Super ND Filter

12/15/2016 ISO 1200 Magazine 0 Comments



Today on The Slanted Lens they are down at the Santa Monica pier, shooting some time-lapse in direct sun with the new Syrp  super dark ND filter . (It's a tough job, but somebody's got to do it.)


It's really impossible in direct sun to stop down your camera enough to be able to get an exposure for time-lapse with the water being nice and blurry. Syrp has an answer- their new Super Dark ND Filter. It allows you to stop down 10 stops+! We used this in conjunction with their 2-axis pan and Genie Mini to give us a beautiful pan and tilt time-lapse of the ocean waves and up to the Santa Monica Pier, with that great Ferris wheel.

Keep those cameras rollin' and keep on clickin'.

-Jay P.

About Jay P. Morgan:

Photo Mentor photographerWith more than two decades of experience Jay P. Morgan brings to his commercial studio two special qualities: a keen appreciation of the bizarre and a knack for flawlessly executing elaborate shots. New giveaways every month! theslantedlens.com/giveaway

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