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The meteor shower

I tried to capture the meteor shower of the century this night. I happened to catch light pollution from my hometown and factory where I work on the horizon. In addition, I saw later during post processing, that northern lights came in to the image. That's what I like most about long exposure. Sometimes details you never saw earlier show up and...

Long Exposure Critique the Community

Hi all, this post corresponds to a comment I posted on the current Long Exposure Critique the Community seeing how people felt about submitting a 30 second base exposure with some waves composited in from a .6 second exposure in the critique. Thoughts on that are welcome (as is any other critique of either version!). Thanks!

Creek in Banff

I had forgotten my tripod during this hike and had to set my composition based on where I could rest my camera on nearby rocks and my camera bag. I am new to this group, do you have any helpful hints or tips to improve my long exposure photography? Thank you.


Tried High key Processing. Had Discarded the frame earlier but this time eye saw something in it. Am ambiguous about processing of sea within the composition of grey tones. Also if to define the horizon.

Please help with your critical opinion for the image. Thanks.

Tranquility at night

After much hesitation, I decided to go ahead with my decision to shoot Edmonton Downtown view at night. It turned out to be good. I enjoyed the view during the cold evening (2 degrees), holding hot coffee before deciding to shoot by now a familiar composition.

The city looked bright, the heavens calm and the trees dark providing a good...

HDR Long Exposures at Little River, GSMNP

I did some long exposures using a Neutral Density Filter and did bracketing to create these HDR photos using Photomatix. I loved the autumn colors in the Great Smoky Mountains and couldn't resists trying these. It is at a pull over along the Little River and is a favorite of my family to stop and picnic at. What do y'all think?

Sunrise at Umi Hotaru

Umi Hotaru is a man-made island in Tokyo Bay. It acts as a service station for traffic crossing the bay from Kisarazu to Kawasaki. I've seen some gorgeous long exposure shots of the location, but not having a car, I knew I would have to spend the night on the island (because the last bus is about 4:45pm to get there and the first one in the...

Portland Head Lighthouse

This is a new edit on an old photo. New photo does not have my logo. It's a rainy day here so I decided to revisit some old photos. I really like this photo but was never completely happy with the original. Would love to know which one you prefer.