My First Images for Group

Hello everyone, Firstly thanks for allowing me the space and time in your busy diaries for my photos to be here. Photography has been a passion of mine along with a few others crafts. I have uploaded 2 standard photo's which we all tried. I will get a lot more adventurous as time goes alone.

Long Exposure At Night

i took up experimenting last year with long exposure photography,if you look at the photo of Tower Bridge,this was a 4 second exposure,i have done long exposures as low as 3 seconds and up to about 30 seconds :). Any way the camera i used at the time was a Nikon D3300 and Nikor 18-55mm + Tripod along with one of these shutter release gadgets,...

New To The Group

Hello all. I just started exploring the site further and want to become more active. I have included some of my more recent Long Exposure shots, would love any feedback!

Belmont Beach Blaster

Hello LE Group! I have always loved LE photography but haven't prioritized it until recently. I look forward to learning in this group! Thank you for your constructive comments!

Keeping it Simple

I am fairly new to landscape photography, so any feedback would be really appreciated. Are my images too simple? Personally, I'm a fan of keeping it simple.

Stockholm

I took these in late June. Most are 3 shot panoramas, taken at night, with long exposures, and post processing in Darktable and Gimp. Feedback welcome.

Waiting for the electric bus

Samsung Galaxy s8 plus with .45x wide angle lens iso 50, F1.7 (with .45x wide attached), 4.25mm focal length, 10 sec exposure
This is a long exposure reflection shot, something I just like doing. This is my first post to the group, I am a photographer who likes using small sensor cameras to achieve big camera effects. Please I welcome...

The meteor shower

I tried to capture the meteor shower of the century this night. I happened to catch light pollution from my hometown and factory where I work on the horizon. In addition, I saw later during post processing, that northern lights came in to the image. That's what I like most about long exposure. Sometimes details you never saw earlier show up and...