Getting down to this spot was scatchy but in the end worth it. SS Dominator, a freighter, ran ashore on the Palos Verdes Peninsula in the South Bay area of California in 1961 due to a navigational error while lost in fog.
First try for long exposure. I strongly welcome any comment for my photography work. Thank you
On this day this section was blocked by hightide. No one seemed to want to venture this way in fear of getting there gear wet. It was worth the risk :-)
I've been practicing as often as I can and as weather allows me too on night exposures. My next hurdle is noise reduction. What are your thoughts on these images?
1st Image - July 7th, 2018. Third night out. I'm starting to understand my camera a little better. I edited in Lightroom. (Most recent)
2nd Image - June 9th, 2018. First...
I’m sure everyone is tired of seeing these photos but I did my first long exposure on fireworks last night. Lemme know what you think. Thanks guys.
a6300, Sony 28mm f2, ISO 100, f11, 6 second exposure. 7 image composite in Photoshop.
First time at this spot along the Malibu shore line. When I hiked in it was pitch dark. It was sure worth the effort.
Hello. I'm new to f stoppers and thought I would share some of my favorite images. This is the Portland Head Lighthouse in Cape Elizabeth Maine. Would love to know what you think of this image. Thanks!
Bastille Day 2017
On the Gironde river in Bordeaux France .Playing with long exposure .Fireworks display was epic.
I made star trails before but this is the first time I was trying for moon trail. It was full moon evening so decided to make 30 minutes shot. single shot with 10 stop ND filter.Happy with my experiment and result.
I love how different long-exposure shutter-speed settings render different feelings of motion in an image. The last three are of nearly the same composition - though the first one had this impossible red balloon being kicked around in and round the jagged rocks of the Big Sur coastline, which was kind of surreal.
This photo where taken at the Lake Garda in Italy. What do you think about it? Want se more like this? Follow me!
I took this shot in Huasca de Ocampo (México).
Canon T6, Canon 60mm, 10 Stop ND Filter.
I captured this image during a recent storm chase in Montana. First time I've ever captured the Milky Way and a thunderstorm in the same image! For more details on how I capture the shot, as well as to see a before and after slider of the image, check out this blog post: https://www.corymottice.com/blog/capturing-the-milky-way-rising-above-a...
This photo was taken during sunset at El Nido, Palawan(Philippines) using a Fujifilm XT-20 plus an 18-55mm lens. I also added a generic variable ND filter to allow a 4 second exposure time. This is my first post in this group and creative criticisms would be highly appreciated. More power!
Taken on a windy day on the North Shore of Lake Pontchartrain. I added a 9 stop Hoya ND filter (ND400) to allow the 30 second exposure.
My first time shooting at night using a long exposure. Any suggestions to perfect this shot?
First time using fire to paint a light trail, I used a broom handle, 2 J-Cloths and some Surgical spirits. Just looking for how I can take another shot better to be honest!