Recently long exposure photography has been quite popular, mainly in the landscape photography arena. One of the reasons (among the others) is that through a long exposure it is possible to visualize a scene with much more softness and harmony in respect to a standard exposure.
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How many times have you been photographing a scene and no matter what you do or how long you wait, there is always someone in the scene. The same thing can be said about city streets, highways and any number of different busy landscapes.
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I am currently in Pennsylvania, and was out scouting locations today for a private class I am teaching here. Two of the locations that I hiked into were waterfalls. When I got back to my hotel room and downloaded the images, I started to make notes of how to properly photograph waterfalls.
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This eBook is not just about technique and equipment. It’s essential guide to star and Milky Way photography. If you are just starting star and astrophotography, this Masterclass is perfect for you.
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Shooting with low-key lighting creates a final photograph with dramatic darks and a rich, velvety appearance. Your subject, whether it’s an expensive bottle of wine or a valuable coin, looks luxurious and seductive against a black background.
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