New to Group. Here's an image from the summer, captured in Copper Harbor, Michigan.
Light not very favourable so put the 10 stop ND on and did a long exposure, converted to mono as it had more appeal
These are two of my most recent long exposure steel wool pieces that i have done.
Long exposure with the Nikon D750 and the Tamron 24-70mm 2.8 G2.
Settings : 24mm, f 18, ISO 100, 4s
A few weeks ago while traveling to Poland, I went out at night to do some long exposures on the lake next to where we slept (I was with the family). Found my spot about 1 meter into the water where the vegetation didn't hide the view, set my tripod, attached the remote shutter cable and started to shoot. A few minutes later it...
I figure the community would like to see what Rod Evans has been able to create with his Insta360 One X. Pretty stunning stuff!
This was under a narrow gauge train bridge.we lite a ball of steel wool . you may crit.
I took this long exposure shot in Hyde Park at sunset. As it turned out a bit too dark in the shadows, I also took some other exposures to under- and overexposed the image. That was very helpful when I edited the picture as some ares were too dark. I blended it all together and here is the final image.
Hi all I recently tried for my first time to take some light trail photos of the car light what do you think of them?
You can be harsh because I would like to improve.
these were shot on a pentax k-x whith a 18-55 lense a shuter speed of 30s and about f stop of about 14.
I took this photo a couple of years ago when I was just learning long exposure photography. This is a re-edit from the original. I've been working on my lightroom skills lately by revisiting some of my old photos. It can be fun to revisit old photos with new editing techniques/skills. I like this photo a lot more now than I did previously.
First post here on Fstoppers.
Last shot before battery died.
Nikon D3200 / Sigma 17-50 F2.8 EX lens, ISO 200 at f13 exposed for 30 seconds.
Take off is always a thrilling part of the ride. Multiple long exposure departures combined become a bouquet of lights.
On a trip to Corpus Christi I came upon the Lexington WWII aircraft Carrier. I was trying to take this picture but it is a popular spot and fellow tourists were constantly entering the frame. I decide to try a long exposure hoping to remove most interference and this is the result. I used a 10 plus a 6 stop ND filter which I believe in this...
Picture took during sunrise at Llyn Padarn in Snowdonia. Thankfully got there before other photographers and managed to get the shot. It is a two shot image so I could fit all the reflection and all the tree in. Any bit of the tree being clipped out would not of been good enough! feel free to comment.
Cruising down the Columbia River Gorge, riding on a sternwheeler. I am wanting to capture to spinning motion of the paddle wheel against the majesty of the river and the gorge. So I needed a slow shutter speed to get the blurred wheel but a sharp back ground while the boat keeps lurching in the choppy water. I understood then what people mean...