MPG Photography - Blog — Long exposure

Slow Shutter Panning - How To Guide

Posted by Mitchell Pearson-Goff on

Slow Shutter Panning - How To Guide
In this tutorial, I will cover the equipment required, settings, basic technique, and final tips so you can get out and create your own abstract ocean images. There are multiple applications for panning but the two types of panning shots I want to cover in this tutorial are wave panning shots and ocean/horizon panning shots.

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Long exposure photography

Posted by Mitchell Pearson-Goff on

Long exposure photography

This is the first post in a series that will discuss long exposure photography - the reasons I love it, the technique behind it and the photographic opportunities it provides.  From the moment I took my first long exposure photograph, I fell in love with this photographic technique. In its simplest form, long exposures are photographs taken while using a slower shutter speed allowing the image to be created over a period of time.  The length of time the shutter can remain open for is dependent on the available light, the use of Neutral Density filters, ISO and aperture. I...

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