High Road to Taos, Las Trampas Church, and sky. I spent some time yesterday processing a few more images from that day on the High Road last week. The fast-moving clouds were cooperating to the degree that, during a long exposure, they caused this zoom effect of the movement of the clouds over the front and rear of the church. I could have created the same effect in Photoshop® but as I said the clouds were cooperating so two minutes of exposure on each of the images gave me a nice in-camera image. Less time spent on the computer is a good thing. Thanks for looking. G
4 thoughts on “High Road To Taos, Las Trampas Church, Sky”
Wondering if you used a ND filter?
I did use an ND filter, Mike, 16 stops. It worked out at ISO 50, f16, 2 mins. I hope you are well! G
Really nice images. I’m with you. It’s always good to get it in the camera. 🙂
I did notice from using a smaller aperture and longer exposure that my sensor needs cleaning. Other than cleaning the spots, I didn’t spend too much time in Photoshop. Thanks, Ron. G