SWEAT—5 Tips for Keeping Your Tripod Perfectly Still During Photoshoots
Follow these 5 tips for keeping your tripod perfectly still during photoshoots
Long Exposure Photography Tips & Tricks with Jake Estes from B&H at Sony Kando 3.0
Follow along with Jake Estes as he covers some lessons in Long Exposure Photography learned during Sony’s Kando 3.0 experience.
Exposure Balance in Landscape Photography – What To Do To Get The Perfect Exposure
Ever heard of the magic cloth technique? It has nothing to do with a flying carpet. It’s one of six solutions provided here to help you balance the exposure of both the landscape and sky in your photos.
10 Common Long Exposure Photography Mistakes to Avoid
Long exposures have become an increasingly popular form of photography over the last few years. With the right tools and…
What Is Shutter Speed | The Ultimate Guide To Creative Use Of Shutter Speed
Shutter Speed Made Simple In photography, Shutter Speed is the length of time of an exposure, usually measured in fractions…
Syrp Releases ‘Super Dark’ Variable ND Filter That Cuts 5-10 Stops of Light
Syrp’s new Super Dark filter allows for 5-10 stops of light – perfect for timelapse videos & long exposure photography.
Improve Your Night Photography With Foreground Lighting
One of the biggest challenges when it comes to night photography is incorporating good foreground elements, but learning a few…
The Black Card Technique | An Inexpensive Gradual ND Filter Alternative
The black card technique is a cheap and dirty trick that mimics the effect of a gradual neutral density filter with – well you probably already guessed it – nothing but a black piece of card!
Thor’s Well: A Weekend Excursion Of Long Exposures With The Sony A7 II
One of my absolute favorite things to shoot in my free time is long exposures at the coast, especially the Oregon coast. You get a little bit of everything here, treacherous rock embankments, and lovely brown sand beaches (and everything in between).
How You Shot It: Hotlanta, Long Exposures By Joe Miller
I travel frequently to Atlanta for business and having fallen in love with the city wanted to showcase it in a manner that allowed it to live up to its most popular nickname “Hotlanta,” What better way to represent the hot vibrant nightlife of Atlanta than with the vibrance and movement of a long exposure night photograph?!