This photo was taken during sunset at El Nido, Palawan(Philippines) using a Fujifilm XT-20 plus an 18-55mm lens. I also added a generic variable ND filter to allow a 4 second exposure time. This is my first post in this group and creative criticisms would be highly appreciated. More power!
Taken on a windy day on the North Shore of Lake Pontchartrain. I added a 9 stop Hoya ND filter (ND400) to allow the 30 second exposure.
My first time shooting at night using a long exposure. Any suggestions to perfect this shot?
I captured this image during a recent storm chase in Montana. First time I've ever captured the Milky Way and a thunderstorm in the same image! For more details on how I capture the shot, as well as to see a before and after slider of the image, check out this blog post: https://www.corymottice.com/blog/capturing-the-milky-way-rising-above-a...
First time using fire to paint a light trail, I used a broom handle, 2 J-Cloths and some Surgical spirits. Just looking for how I can take another shot better to be honest!
My first post here. This is a fountain in Assiniboine Park in Winnipeg, MB. I placed a Hoya 72 infrared filter on my lens and exposed this scene for 67 seconds. I added a specific Camera Calibration in Light Room to make processing this sort of IR shot possible.
As an amateur photographer, I would like to improve myself technically and the composition aspect. Any suggestion will be very helpful.
I took a long exposure shot of the sea shore, since there was a bit of wind the flowers moved so I merged two pictures the long exposure of the sea with a short exposure of the shore.
I am new to this group. Please rate this photo clicked by me. Your suggestions will improve my work.
This image was taken from Sunwapta Falls located in Jasper National Park. It is one of the most beautiful scene & moment I have photographed from the Canadian Rockies for its unique & breathtaking views.
I made star trails before but this is the first time I was trying for moon trail. It was full moon evening so decided to make 30 minutes shot. single shot with 10 stop ND filter.Happy with my experiment and result.
First go at using a star tracker on a medium telephoto lens. This was shot at 70mm with and exposure time of 60". I think I prefer the B&W over the color....
I’m fairly new to photography. Just picked it up but I have always had a passion for it. Got a camera this year and started shooting. Please let me know what you think about these photos I did on a recent trip last week to Italy. It’s Venice at night. Long exposures. Sony a6300, Sigma 30mm 1.4 lens.
I use cheap ND filters from ebay, one of which is much better than the other. A circular 58mm one i use provides natural looking images however, if i took a picture without it, the colour difference of everything is completely different. Another ND filter i've were square, again from ebay, these were pure blue and were horrible.
I got a new Variable ND filter and i'm trying some new exposures. No post production has been done yet but I think they turned out okay so far.
"Kalbaishaki", is the name of thunderstorms at usually occur during this time of the year here in India WestBengal. This is the picture of first thunderstorm of these season. Everything changed so rapidly that my weather app was unable to predict it which was a bit disappointing because I didn't have the time to go out and get a good foreground...
Just joined F Stoppers and found this group. Thought I'd share a snap I took the other week whilst working in Orlando and playing with my Light L16. If you haven't heard of it check out www.light.co as its a very interesting bit of kit!
I took this at Niagara Falls, I like the way it came out. I did some post processing in lightroom and would love to get opinions on this or any advice as I am new to post processing, thanks!