Time Is On Your Side
Long exposure photography is when a photographer uses specific methods, like longer shutter speeds and neutral density filters, in order to create an effect in a photograph. Often times the same technique is used to remove moving objects from a scene or smooth out water.
Did you know you could set up a camera and tripod in Times Square and with a long enough exposure you could completely remove all the people in the frame. Yes, not a single person in the photo… in Times Square. Learn how in the long exposure photography eBook. In the eBook you will:
- Learn the ins and outs of long exposure photography.
- See why photographers use the technique and how they go about it.
- Discover the many accessories and tools that are readily available for you to take advantage of.
- Find answers to commonly asked questions about long exposure photography.
Go Wider with Panoramic Photography
In Go Wider with Panoramic Photography, I share insights and techniques for creating segmented panoramic photography, which involves manually capturing a single row of photographs and combining them into a panorama. You will develop the skills that go into making panoramic photographs, from setup to capture and post processing. Along the way, you will pick up important tips on stitching and editing that will help you make great panoramic photographs–and have fun, too! In the ebook you will:
- Learn everything you need to get started creating great panoramic shots–from essential equipment like tripods and filters to the right exposure settings to capture the scene.
- Explore techniques for making the frames for your shots, including setting up your tripod, leveling the camera, adjusting space between frames, and composing your images.
- Walk through the process of editing a panoramic shot, learning how to stitch your images together, make image adjustments, and more.
Ambivert’s Guide to Street Photography
The typical street photographer is an extrovert, and doesn’t mind getting close and personal with random people on the street. But what about the introverted photographers that want to try street photography? In the Ambivert’s Guide to Street Photography you will learn how someone who is introverted or borderline extroverted (or an ambivert) can enjoy street photography without the uncomfortable interaction normally faced with street photography.
There are many methods to learning photography. Photography school isn’t meant for everyone, and with the technology and resources available today, is it worth it? Absorbing Light is my story. How I learned the art, and the moments that made me realize my passion for photography. This is how I absorb light and how you can too.