Filtered Fjord

I know, I know… I haven't posted anything in ages.

I have an excuse. I took just under one billion photos on my recent Norwegian cruise and you know how it is when you have just under one billion photos to look through and say to yourself: "That's okay… exposure tweak… that's okay… sharpen that a smidge… that's not that great but I'll keep it… that's a variation on the previous three shots but I don't want to delete it… that's okay… that's bloody awful… that's okay…"

Yeah, so it's all taking a while.

Anyway, this morning I've been going through the last of my shots around the Geirangerfjorden and it was on this part of the trip that I started playing around with a set of filters that I'd bought especially. As someone who typically shoots street-style the need to work with graduated ND and coloured filters is pretty rare (and in my case completely new) so there were quite a few "oh dear, that's just horrendous" moments. Still, there were some that I thought worked pretty funkily and here's one from late evening leaving Geiranger, shot from our cabin balcony on board the Crown Princess.

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Author: Mark

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  1. It looks lovely, I keep expecting stars to start twinkling.

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  2. It would be hard not to take a billion photos while exploring the crinkly bits around Norway. I hope to visit SlartibBartfast's best work one day!

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