Long exposure photography tutorial




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Step by step guide to controlling the amount of blur and abstraction you can create in your shots. Made using basic equipment.

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42 thoughts on “Long exposure photography tutorial”

  1. what will happen if i not using filters with high shutter speed? the highlight will blown?
    what i mean, is filter help to reduce highlight on camera? thanks in advance

  2. why it is totally different when u were taking the long exposure during the night on the road. One of the photo is 2:30 and the other one is 2:33. The color is different. Why?

  3. MattG.,
    As always, your videos are always awesome. I wish that I could have seen your videos prior to my last night shooting. I was at the Lake Ebenizer (NC) which is not too far from where I live. I was screwing up my camera settings every which way… I've just copied every setting that you have posted in this video presentation and I will let you know how my shots have turned out…
    And yes, using simply the Shutter-Priority Mode (only for the time being) can teach you a lot about long exposures which ultimately will help you to understand (in the long-run) how to apply the M-Manual Mode.
    Thanks for a great video…
    Cheers!

  4. adding to the vedio >
    >> TO DO LONG EXPOSERS.. YOU MUST HAVE A GOOD TRIPOD….. OR ELSE NOTHING WILL BE ON YOUR WAY

  5. i have no filters does it matter and does any one have a suggestion for a gd budget pack of filters for a nikon d3300 , thanks

  6. I have a Nikon d5300 and I try using the setting and I not really getting it. there not many video on how to do it with my camaro. would it because im use a 18-55 mm lens.

  7. What filters can you recommend for these exposures? I plan on getting a 10 stop ND filter but is there anything you think I should possibly get?

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