Tag: Exposure

Long exposure photography tips

Long exposures can be used to create beautiful and mysterious-looking images, transforming landscape or city scenes without any post-processing. It’s become one of my favourite techniques, and in my tutorial I’ll explain everything you need to know to get started with long exposures.… The post Long exposure photography tips appeared first on Cameralabs. Gordon Laing […]

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This crazy fire-and-water wedding portrait was shot in a single exposure

Photographer Markus Hofstaetter doesn’t shy away from challenging projects. Inspired by a previous fire-background hot-rod photo shoot he did, Hofstaetter had the idea to try this same technique with a portrait. There would just be one key difference: this one would be a single exposure. A photo shoot like this is all about safety, and […]

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Recommended Gear for Doing Long Exposure Photography at Twilight and Dusk

Have you ever come across beautiful cityscape photos captured at twilight and dusk (the so-called “blue hour”) with silky smooth water, like this Marina Bay (Singapore) photo below, and wonder how you could do that yourself? Assuming that you’ve already got your camera (a body and lens), let me go through some of the other […]

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Understanding Exposure: An Introduction to Photography

Final reminder! Deal ending tonight at midnight: The Ultimate Photography Bundle 2017 Mastering photography is like playing a musical instrument. Anyone can make noise on a piano, but to really make music, it is important to read music, learn proper fingering, and practice your scales. Learning how to control exposure is a similar discipline. It’s […]

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What is Exposure Compensation and How to Use It

In this article, we will go over what exposure compensation is on a digital camera and how you can take advantage of it to make adjustments to your exposure when shooting in camera modes such as aperture priority, shutter priority, program mode and other scene modes of your camera. Every modern camera today has a […]

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How to Create a Double Exposure Effect Using Photoshop

What is a double exposure effect? In days of yore, back when DSLR cameras were SLR, a roll of film was inserted in the back of your camera to give you 24 or 36 exposures. A double exposure was created in-camera by taking two different photos on the same frame of film. The Double Exposure […]

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Controlling Color, Exposure, and Blurriness in Photography

With summer upon us, soon your family vacation time will also be here. During your trip, wouldn’t you like your digital photos to look just like the scenes did with your eyes? “A Reflection” captured by PictureSocial member Supriya Mukherjee The good news is they can! There are several things you can do to improve […]

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