New Lee “Little stopper” Filter

kit, Scottish Islands

I have been using Lee Filters for many years now and it was time to get a new little stopper as this is the one I use most often. It was such a nice experience opening the neatly packaged brand new filter I thought I'd share a little blog post about it!

Combined with my trusty Manfrotto tripod and Nikon D800, I managed to capture some lovely early morning images on Balevullin beach on Isle of Tiree. I had the most amazing hour on the beach all by myself, watching the waves roll in and the sky changing minute by minute. There is something about working slowly in the landscape which is assisted by the use of tripods and filters. It makes you think slower and move slower and therefore be more mindful of composition and what you are trying to achieve.



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