Long Exposures using a Ten Stop Neutral Density Filter – Golden Gate Bridge

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I got a 10 Stop Neutral Density Filter for my birthday, back in October, but hadn’t had the opportunity to really use it. So this past week, I tried it out, while visiting San Francisco. We spent time exploring below Vista Point, in a place called Fort Baker (I think?). Across the Golden Gate Bridge, at Vista Point you can see great views of San Francisco, but its usually pretty busy with tourists. If you follow the road right and down, you get to a beautiful area, where there are amazing views of the famous Golden Gate, but no tourists! While there, we also saw a school of dolphins! Then a little drive on, you reach the little darling picturesque town of Sausalito – great place to stop for lunch! Ive noticed a lot of long exposure photos like this are done in black and white – is there a reason for this? Would love to hear what you think! šŸ™‚

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