Did you know you could set up a camera and tripod in Times Square and with a long enough exposure completely remove all the people in the frame? This new eBook (with included presets) covers those kinds of extensive long exposure techniques. We were able to arrange a 63% discount for PictureCorrect readers on Time is On Your Side: Exploring Long Exposure Photography & 167 preset bundle for a week which has expired, sorry about that, stay tuned to see what’s next!
Long exposure photography is when a photographer uses specific techniques, like extended shutter speeds and specialty filters, in order to create an effect in a photograph. Often times the same technique is used to remove moving objects from a scene. For example, removing moving people and cars from a busy city intersection. The long exposure technique is most noticeable when fast-moving water, like waterfalls and ocean waves, are smoother than when normally captured by a camera.
What’s in the long exposure photography eBook? (55 pages)
- 7 chapters giving you all the techniques & gear advice you’ll need
- A portfolio of how to work with neutral density filters
- A summary of the most optimal camera settings
- Tons of photographic examples to gauge your work
- A workflow mapped inside a checklist
- Over 160 post processing Lightroom & onOne Software presets compliment your long exposure photography.
Cameras and settings, tripods, neutral density filters, cable releases, wireless triggers, iPhone and Android apps, white balance tools, viewfinder covers, GPS units, calculations, water, color shifting, and so much more.
The book is designed to inform about how to take advantage of this technique, what neutral density filters are, how to use them. It also covers the many accessories and tools that are readily available for you to take advantage of.
The eBook comes in PDF format that can be read on computers, phones and most tablet computers (works great as a mobile reference out in the field). And the presets work with Lightroom and onOne.
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