While in Copenhagen I took a walk along the water front (okay, one of the many waterfronts) towards a conference centre. A few folk from work will be here in a couple of weeks and one of my aims while here for the weekend was to grab some images that could be used in my company’s marketing material (success) so I was scouting areas that they would be.
The Aller building is the main one you see here on the right, and is the closest thing I could get to nice architecture near to the conference place. The heavy rain had just stopped and clouds were picking up speed so I set up my tripod, put on the 10 stop ND and fired off a few images of the clouds rolling by.
I went through a few different tones while processing the image, with a blue tone always being my favourite. For some reason when it comes to posting this final image though, I’ve opted for this murkier tone. Must be the week I’m having 🙂
- Aperture: ƒ/22
- Camera: “Canon EOS 5D Mark II”
- Focal length: 34mm
- ISO: 50
- Shutter speed: 45s