Long Exposure Photography
Slowing the world down by blurring motion and color will add an artistic flare to your shots. Some of my best work has been captured this way. A slow shutter speed, small aperture for depth of field and a low ISO will turn your camera into a paint brush. When shooting in this fashion use a tripod to eliminate camera shake as well as a polarizing filter to cut out glare and saturate the colors. In my next blog I'll go over the exposure triangle and also give a diagram to better explain how to get a good exposure when shooting.
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