Spining steel wool in an old abandoned train viaduct in northern Illinois.
Take off is always a thrilling part of the ride. Multiple long exposure departures combined become a bouquet of lights.
On a trip to Corpus Christi I came upon the Lexington WWII aircraft Carrier. I was trying to take this picture but it is a popular spot and fellow tourists were constantly entering the frame. I decide to try a long exposure hoping to remove most interference and this is the result. I used a 10 plus a 6 stop ND filter which I believe in this...
Picture took during sunrise at Llyn Padarn in Snowdonia. Thankfully got there before other photographers and managed to get the shot. It is a two shot image so I could fit all the reflection and all the tree in. Any bit of the tree being clipped out would not of been good enough! feel free to comment.
Cruising down the Columbia River Gorge, riding on a sternwheeler. I am wanting to capture to spinning motion of the paddle wheel against the majesty of the river and the gorge. So I needed a slow shutter speed to get the blurred wheel but a sharp back ground while the boat keeps lurching in the choppy water. I understood then what people mean...
It was the second power outage in my neighborhood that month. On the first one, I scouted a few locations to shoot the milky way
On the second one, i grabbed my camera, tripod, and ran to the spot, so as to shoot before power came back.
i had to cope with passing cars as it was quite early (9 PM). I was able to get some decents...
I shot this on a stormy morning on Galiano Island, BC, Canada. The clouds were moving quite quickly. West Vancouver on the horizon. Any further post suggestions? Just did a few enhancements in Lightroom
Personally, I love being out in nature, just me and a waterfall, or lakes, or mountains. However, when I live, there isn't much nature to be found. That being said, what Tokyo lacks in nature it more than makes up for in cityscape and night photography opportunities.
I don't really have an eye for architecture, but Tokyo provides a lot...
With all of the heavy rains, the low water dam was overflowing heavily and I took a few long exposures. I included the pebbles in the foreground. At near sunset, the leaves with turning leaves are warm against the cool water and blue sky.
Hi everyone, this is my first post in FStoppers! I recently started to dip my feets in the world of Photography.
I took these pictures in HK and it was my first time taking long exposure pictures.. hence do let me know if you have any feedback as I am definitely eager to learn.
This is my first post to this group and my first attempt to do a night time star effect. The subject is my local bowling club and they just had new lights installed so I thought it would be a good excuse to attempt some long exposure and see if I could get a star effect. The F stop on my lens was F22 and I was shooting...
Fire Friends doing creative artwork with a fire poi.
Interesting art but also a timely amount of time to capture.
I showed up at the beach, but the sun didn't lol.
The weather is unpredictable , I love just going out and making the best of it.
15 second ISO 200 exposure at f/2(I'm pretty certain?) in the middle of the night imaging aircraft departing from Copenhagen Airport nearby. Very noticable light pollution is coming from the city of Malmö on the other side of Öresund (the strait between Denmark and Sweden).
Tone curve edits in ligtroom and some minor color adjustments....