cloudy day with my camera and the long exposure, hope you like it...
a wild storm hit Cape Town so grabbed my camera and rode toward the lightning got front row seats to capture the magic
I am fairly new to landscape photography, so any feedback would be really appreciated. Are my images too simple? Personally, I'm a fan of keeping it simple.
Hello LE Group! I have always loved LE photography but haven't prioritized it until recently. I look forward to learning in this group! Thank you for your constructive comments!
here we have a few different long exposure shot from lancashire and yorkshire in the uk for me getting the point of interest to stand out and capture movement
I took these in late June. Most are 3 shot panoramas, taken at night, with long exposures, and post processing in Darktable and Gimp. Feedback welcome.
I took this photo last year right after I upgraded cameras. The goal was to make this location more interesting than just a logo under a bridge to take a portrait in front of. Any constructive criticism is appreciated, let me know what you think!
Hello everybody! We thought you might find it interesting the combination of Long Exposure with a cat (specifically a Maine Coon) as a subject!
P.S. All cats are there - there is no compositing involved.
Samsung Galaxy s8 plus with .45x wide angle lens iso 50, F1.7 (with .45x wide attached), 4.25mm focal length, 10 sec exposure
This is a long exposure reflection shot, something I just like doing. This is my first post to the group, I am a photographer who likes using small sensor cameras to achieve big camera effects. Please I welcome...
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...
Recently I've started to dive a liiiiiiittle bit into long exposure photography. These photos are part of my ongoing series titled "Cut-Off" about my hometown. I don't think they're traditionally like most long exposure photos but I do like the way light exposes itself at night. Thanks for looking and I'd appreciate any questions, comments, and...
This is my first ever fstopper post and also first try at astro photography. I am using canon rebel t5i with 30sec shutter. I haven't done any image stacking. Can anyone suggest me how to reduce noise in future images ?
Last year, I went to my first 4 fireworks events in Tokyo (we have tons) where I took and processed photos without using photoshop. This year, I've attended 2, so far, and I've decided to try some composite shots. I try to keep my composite shots as realistic as possible, with the hope of making the viewer feel like they are at the show....
As an amateur photographer, I would like to improve myself technically and the composition aspect. Any suggestion will be very helpful.
A bit of light painting made with the phantom 4 pro.
30sec exposure - f/8 - iso 100
This image amazes me. Took me an hr to compose it in my head and taking the shots, I didn't have a tripod. Its made up of 6 images with different focal points. That it doesn't have shake and is some what sharp. It was worth taking my time and pissing off the wife lmao :-)
The sun has disappeared behind the trees, but it is still about an hour to sunset. The forest casts it shadows over the landscape.