Then again, that didn't withhold me from taking some pretty cool shots if I do say so myself. This is one of my favourites.
So how did I do this?
It's actually pretty easy. First you need a windmill (dooh) and some wind so the windmill is actually spinning. The mill I shot had its sails turning quite slowly.
I got out my gorilla pod and added an ND filter. With a shutter speed of 30 seconds at F20 I created this shot.
Once back home, I edited the picture in Lightroom. I followed my usual workflow. After that, I imported the picture into Tonality Pro (Macphun) and did some final editing.
I guess it's a different image of a windmill than the usual Dutch windmill pictures. Do let me know what you think of it.