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 this new e-book is to cover the process of capturing long exposure photographs from start to finish. It documents simple steps that can be employed anytime you embark on a long exposure photo shoot.
It can be found here: Long Exposure Photography Guide
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.
It covers everything from the equipment you will need right through to post- production processing in Adobe’s brilliant Lightroom 4. The know-how in this book will enable you to capture stunning long exposure images on even the simplest of camera set-ups.
To start your long exposure journey; all it takes is a camera, tripod, neutral density (ND) filter and patience. Once you have understood the basics, you will be able to develop your style and create dramatic long exposure landscape images.
Topics Covered (34 Pages):
- What is Long Exposure Photography?
- Essential Gear and The Myth of Equipment
- The Theory
- The Capture Process
- Post-production Technique
- Installing Presets
- Create your own Preset
- The Long Exposure Lightroom (4) Presets
In addition to the eBook, this guide contains six Adobe Lightroom 4 presets to get you started with long exposure post production.
Written and produced by David Cleland, a landscape and reportage photographer based in Belfast, Northern Ireland. Cleland is best known for his landscape and documentary photography which has featured in a number of photographic exhibitions his solo exhibition, an exploration of the decay of a 400-year evacuated mill received critical acclaim. His work has been accepted by Getty Images and been published in a number of national publications and used in numerous book covers.
“Long exposure photographs are about capturing space and silence. They are like visually holding your breath and they definitely work best in the calmness of a quiet beach or lake. Once you have learned the technique, the enjoyment moves to finding new challenging locations, and pushing yourself creatively to improve the composition of your work.”
How to Get a Copy:
The guide comes in PDF format that can be read on computers, phones and most tablet computers.
It can be found here: The Long Exposure Photography Guide
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