Today after work we went out to a lake park to enjoy the weather, the colors, and to take some photos (of course!). It’s very hard to believe that it’s already the end of October, isn’t it?
Anyway, today was the first time I’ve made use of the Neutral Density filter I purchased over a year ago for my camera. I originally ordered it to help take shots of waterfalls on our vacation, but it was delivered long after we departed. If you’re wondering what a Neutral Density filter is, it’s a filter for the lens that darkens the image without any color tinting (that’s the neutral part). This allows you to slow down the shutter speed to durations that would normally produce dramatically overexposed pictures. We had some fun with it:
Later we learned that David has been taking lessons from the great Obi-Wan. Seriously, he was doing some serious re-enactment with this stick.
The rest of the series are in the gallery, yell at me for access.