Harry Molyneux

Harry Molyneux

Leeds, Uk / I am a student at Leeds College of Art studying Fashion/Textiles on an Extended Diploma in Art and Design course.
Harry Molyneux
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Lucas Zimmermann / traffic Lights

German photographer Lucas Zimmermann recently captured some beautiful, long exposure photographs of traffic lights in Weimar, Germany.

Tutorial by Jamie Paterson that teaches how to get that misty-water effect with your dslr

Paradise Gully - Looking upstream at Cement Creek near Warburton, Victoria, Australia (looks a bit like the forest behind my house Mission, British Columbia, Canada)

this is an example of long exposure and fast shutter speed, it captures a series of movements in one picture. It is also a helpful technique when working with dancers and musicians. The equipment needed for this is a camera, spare batteries and lenses.

These easy photography recommendations can easily enhance your pictures and also save you time during photo modifying. Typically, allow's leap in to this selection from remarkable photography tutorials.

this is an example of long exposure and fast shutter speed, it captures a series of movements in one picture. It is also a helpful technique when working with dancers and musicians. The equipment needed for this is a camera, spare batteries and lenses.

These easy photography recommendations can easily enhance your pictures and also save you time during photo modifying. Typically, allow's leap in to this selection from remarkable photography tutorials.

I have highlighted this image because I like how the image is simple yet effective at demonstrating how light can be used in photography. This image was created with a high exposure setting which would more light in the image such as the trail, The trail would've been created by a person walking along with a torch held above the ground.

the light trail here used a slow shutter speed to capture the movement of object/person. the image portrays a journey through the woods with the light trail presenting path the object/person has traveled along