The Long Exposure eBook offers a complete guide to capturing long exposure photographs. Long exposure photography is about capturing space and silence. Like visually holding your breath; it is about capturing the beauty and calmness of a scene.
The aim of long exposure photography is to smooth out /blur the moving aspects of a scene whilst keeping stationary objects razor sharp.
Moving water is the perfect subject for long exposure photography; from waterfalls and rivers to lakes and beaches, they all offer a unique opportunity to capture something special.
Long Exposure Photography made Easy
The Long Exposure e-book covers everything from camera settings and composition through to post-production processing in Adobe Lightroom.
Although the book has been written with the beginner in mind enthusiasts and professionals may also find the content relevant. The photography know-how in this book will enable you to capture stunning long exposure images on even the simplest of camera set-ups.
This photography e-book is the start of your long exposure journey. All it takes is a camera, tripod, Neutral Density (ND) filter and a bit of patience. Once you have grasped the basics, you will be quickly capturing dramatic long exposure images.
In photography the correct exposure is the relationship between Aperture, Shutter Speed and ISO (Sensitivity of the inbuilt sensor). Long exposure work is no different; it tends to work at the extremes of low ISO settings and long shutter times.
The Long Exposure eBook Contents
The long exposure ebook will enable you to capture long exposure images on even the simplest of camera set-ups.
– What is Long Exposure Photography?
– Essential Gear and The Myth of Equipment
– The Theory of Long Exposure Photography
– The Capture Process
– Post Production Techniques
The eBook comes in PDF format, readable on most computers, tablets and eBook readers.
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Once you have mastered the technique of capturing long exposure images, the enjoyment moves to finding new challenging locations, and pushing yourself creatively to improve the composition of your work.
Every six months try and revisit a long exposure location and force yourself to reconsider it. Try a different time of day, or a different angle, then compare the results with images from your first visit. It is always a rewarding process to watch how both your photography skills and your eye for composition have improved.