Road Trip, Iceland
This shot was taken through the windscreen of a moving car on route 56 in the Snaefellnes peninsular of Iceland. No, I wasn’t driving! 🙂
Shooting through the windscreen of a moving car is not the best way to get a sharp photo, but here are a few tips to help if you do it. A fast shutter speed is obviously useful to avoid camera shake and that naturally goes with a wide aperture. A wide aperture also helps here because the smaller depth of field, combined with focusing on a point in the distance, means that the windscreen itself will not show in the photo. Settings for this shot were ISO 400, 1/2000 second @ f/4 with a 24-105mm lens at the longest setting.