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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?!
Beautiful Long Exposures Of An Erupting Volcano In Winter
Photographer Fancisco Negroni shoots a magnificent site of a volcano erupting on a frozen winter’s night in Chile.
The 10 Must-Photograph Places in Northern Ireland Using Long Exposure
Northern Ireland offers some spectacular landscapes from the Dark Hedges, made famous by the Game of Thrones, to the cranes of Harland and Wolff, home of the Titanic. Here are just ten locations in Northern Ireland that I’ve approached with a long shutter speed and an ND filter.
Fine Art B&W Using a 4th Dimension By Vassilis Tangoulis
IPA Award winning photographer Vassilis Tangoulis displays some of his work and shares his mind about how he works.
How to be Creative with Slow Shutter Speed
One of the great things about shutter speed is that you have a lot of creative options when it comes to implying motion. Adding motion to a still photography can turn a regular photo into one that is dynamic and full of energy. Alternatively, you can create abstract motion and add a surreal mood to your images. Some examples that you may be familiar with include a speeding train passing by a train station or a trail of lights from the cars at night. The creative possibilities with using slow shutter speed are endless.
How You Shot it- Laguna Beach HDR Landscape
I have always been interested in shooting long exposures and sunsets over beautiful beaches. I wanted to shoot at a beach that has a rocky landscape instead of the typical sandy shoreline, which is why I chose Laguna Beach in Southern California. The final HDR image is a result of three bracketed photos.