The Ultimate Guide to Long Exposure Photography is one of CaptureLandscapes' most popular eBooks and teaches you everything you need to know about capturing stunning images using a slow shutter speed.
Anyone who wants to take their photography to the next level and expand their creative vision can benefit from reading this easy-to-follow eBook.
Besides teaching you the fundamentals and introducing the essential equipment to perform the technique, The Ultimate Guide to Long Exposure Photography goes one step further and teaches you how to implement the techniques into your workflow.
The camera settings are important when applying this technique, which is why you'll learn the optimal settings for photographing various scenarios such as seascapes, waterfalls, rivers and generic landscapes.
Case Studies have been included to show real life examples of how this technique works. Here, we don't only look at the how but also the equally important why and when.
Number of Pages: 97
Techniques: Long Exposure Photography / Slow Shutter Speed Photography
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What will you learn?
In this eBook, I'll teach you everything I've learned about Long Exposure Photography during the last 5 years. This technique hasn't only expanded my creativity; it has taken my photography to the next level and I'm certain it will do the same for you.
By reading the Ultimate Guide to Long Exposure Photography eBook you will learn:
- The Basics of Long Exposure Photography
- What you need to create great Long Exposure images
- How the technique will improve your photography
- To take advantage of this technique in various scenarios
- How to overcome common errors
- How to work with different exposure times
- And much, much more...
By working with different shutter speeds, settings and several other factors you won't only learn how to create stunning Long Exposure images; you'll ultimately learn how to capture great images. Long Exposure Photography will take you out of your comfort zone and make you aware of how the fundamental settings (ISO, Aperture and Shutter Speed) are connected. This will heavily impact your overall photography and you can expect to see great improvement within a short period of time.
"Thorough, accurate, clear and concise. Christian hits the nail on the head in his latest eBook, Ultimate Guide to Long Exposure Photography. He covers every aspect of extending your exposure for maximum effect in your landscape photos. From the mechanics of camera settings to filters as well as composition. It's all there. I can't recommend his new eBook enough. "
Gary Randall // www.gary-randall.com
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I'm so certain that this eBook will help improve your photography that I offer a full 30-day money back guarantee. In the unlikely event that you're not satisfied with the eBook, send a message within 30 days of your purchase and I'll refund the entire price, no questions asked.
Christian Hoiberg is an an internationally awarded landscape photographer and the founder of CaptureLandscapes. When he's not guiding photography tours in places such as Greenland, Faroe Islands, Finland and his home area the Lofoten Islands, Christian can is most likely in front of a computer writing new educational content for CaptureLandscapes or other magazines that he frequently contributes to.
Learn to Capture Beautiful Long Exposure Images
Chapter 1: Introduction
What is Long Exposure Photography?
Definition of Long Exposure
What is Shutter Speed?
Chapter 2: Before Shooting - Equipment
Equipment for Long Exposure Photography
Use a Tripod
Use a Shutter Release
Chapter 3: In the Field - Setting up and Preparing the Shot
Do you need to use a long exposure?
Nail the focus
How to calculate the shutter speed
Chapter 4: Taking the shot
The different shutter speeds
Medium Long Exposures
Long Exposures (Bulb)
Long Exposure seascapes
Chapter 6: Without filters
Avoid photographing during daytime
Use a narrow aperture
What's the catch?
Chapter 7: Case studies
The minimalistic sunrise
The tales of a waterfall