Long exposure at Dettifoss (Iceland)

This is a long exposure at Dettifoss. It was taken with a neutral density filter and the 18-55 kit lens at 18 mm. As the exposure time is 4 seconds I also used a tripod. The image is stitched from three images in portrait mode. I used an additional image for the guy standing at the waterfall. The resulting image is 9492 x 6000 pixels.

Long exposure at Dettifoss
Long exposure at Dettifoss

Camera Maker: SONY
Camera Model: NEX-7
Exposure Time (sec): 4
F-Number: 6.3
Focal Length (mm): 18
Lens: Sony 18-55mm
ISO: 100

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