20 Long Exposure Photos of Northern Ireland is a brief look at a few of the locations I explored in the creation of The Long Exposure eBook. The photos were mostly taken on the Fujifilm X-Pro1 but one or two are pre-X-Pro1 and thus were captured on the Canon 5DMKII.
I have indicated the county and rough location so you should be able to use Google Maps to work out exactly how to get to the various long exposure hot spots. You can click on any of the images to view a larger version on flickr.
The Long Exposure (PDF eBook)
The eBook covers everything from the equipment you will need right through to post-production processing in Adobe’s brilliant Lightroom 4. This guide has been written with the beginner to the long exposure process in mind; however, the enthusiast and professional alike may find something of relevance also. The Book comes with 6 dedicated Lightroom Presets. The Long Exposure Ebook
This Jetty is just beyond Carrickfergus but is now no longer accessible to the public.
The old Holywood Yacht Club, just under the railway bridge.
The Irish Sea
The sea at St John’s Point, County Down.
Castlewellen Forest, County Down.
St John’s Point Lighthouse
St John’s Point, County Down.
St John’s Landing
St John’s Point Lighthouse, County Down.
The Crumlin Waterfall
My favourite X-Pro1 image of the Crumlin Glenn Waterfall, County Antrim.
The Old Jetty
Oxford Island, County Armagh.
Another view to Carrickfergus from Holywood.
Between Carrickfergus and Larne.
Ballintoy Harbour, County Antrim.
Belfast Lough from the Cloghan Jetty.
From the rock walk, Portbradden, County Antrim.
Belfast Lough outside Carrickfergus.
Crumlin Glenn, Crumlin, County Antrim.
Tollymore Forest Park.
The Atlantic Ocean
View from Portbalintrea beach.
Another waterfall in Tollymore, County Down.
If you want to know more about capturing long exposure photography then check out the beginners guide to long exposure photography.