27 Dec 2010
LONG EXPOSURES DURING DAYTIME Cloud and water movement are transformed when using a neutral density filter, allowing you to take long exposure photographs in bright sunlight without the risk of blowing out the highlights. The technique takes a little effort but once you figure it out, you’ve added another useful photo technique to your skill set. As this category takes shape I’ll explain the theory, technique and practicalities of shooting dramatic long exposure photographs.
BANG! Low budget strobist techniques explored – flashguns, wireless triggers, shoot through umbrellas, softboxes etc. This shot used 2 x Yong-Nuo 560 flash guns. One at camera right, in front of subject into reflective umbrella, the other bare at camera left, 45° behind subject.
WELCOME TO THE BLOG! A forum to discuss night photography, light painting and other techniques used to create dramatic, eye-catching images in low light conditions. I’m also going to look at other styles of photography, including long exposure daylight shots, HDR, star trails and off-camera flash. In addition to the techniques and equipment used, I’ll also cover post processing and the whole process in going from camera to print. Stay tuned while I populate the various sections of the blog […]