These are few of my takes on the rocky mountains. Weather permitting, I could have bettered the composition. Nevertheless, they are pleasing ones. Maybe the next time.
i am using welder glass filter as nd filter, this time i used DIN 12 (about 14 stops).
Object is old military research facility in Poland next to Gdynia
I am not only new to photography in general (bought my first camera in March 2019), but new to long exposure. CC is always welcome. Thank you
A trip to Rickett's Glen in PA this past weekend gave me a plethora of images to play with for the next month mostly all in some sort of water situation. So what is your favorite exposure time on falls 1/3, 1/4, 2", 4"?
I loved the look of these rides! I wish they still used regular light bulbs and not LED but some of the shots really looked cool with the instant color change.
A photo I took on my last night in Glacier National Park. We were treated to an amazing sunset.
Last night I visited this abandoned Morris Oxford and lit it with a Protomachines flashlight.
Full moon night
Feedback is appreciated
Last year for my birthday I got a voucher from a couple of friends: "Night photography course". I finally got around to use it couple of weeks ago. I could chose between Gothenburg and Stockholm and I chose Stockholm because I can do it in Gothenburg basically every night.
I went there on a Friday after work and we were about 7 people...
A snapshot of a dock in Derawan Island, Borneo, Indonesia.
Open for comments and input.
One of my favorite photography subjects. Rocks and water. The exposure on this isn't supper long. Somewhere between 1/4 and 1/2 a second. I like the photo as is however, I wish I would have taken another longer exposure, like a 5 minute exposure, for the sky and combined them. Might have to try it next time.
Thanks goes out to Joe Cole on his suggestion to visit Ricket's Glen in PA. Was able to get out for the weekend and snap a few nature shots while hiking.
I am still working on this, I will probably post the camera RAW and this final in Joe Cole's Before After group, but would like to hear any feedback on it. Cheers!
A photo I took a couple weeks ago during a tour of Upper Antelope Canyon as light was shining through the canyon walls.
I'm having some problems doing daytime long exposures. I often get shots which are "hazy." Adjusting white balance in post does not really help. I think I have a good filter. It's a Firecrest IRND. Any suggestions on how to minimize this problem?
Attached is a sample shot using cloudy WB and no adjustment in post.