The 5 Pillars of Impressive Long Exposure Photography (Value $696)
Pillar 1. Easy Exposure Settings
Long exposure photography is accessible to anyone as it doesn’t rely on expensive gear.
However, your camera settings are vitally important. That’s why we cover them in great detail. From understanding how stops of exposure work… to choosing the right shutter speed.
These videos will show you how to control the movement you capture, and the action in the scene.
Pillar 2. Basic Gear and Simple Setup
You can capture long exposures with nothing more than your camera on a tripod.
But if you want to shoot in the middle of the day too, we recommend using specific light-stopping filters. These are called ND (Neutral Density) filters and they don’t have to be expensive.
We have separate videos on tripods… intervalometers… filters… apps… and even videos on how to set up your camera during the day and night.
Pillar 3. Water-Flows, Splashes, and Waves
Long exposure photography is more exciting when you capture action and movement; water is often the most popular subject.
That’s why we’ve dedicated five different videos on waves crashing into a pier… water flowing over a dam… boats rocking in a harbour… and more…
I even cover techniques that will show you how to shoot with wind and rain.
Pillar 4. Daytime Shooting
Shooting during the day is the best time to get unique photographs because you often have to use a filter.
This is something the average photographer either doesn’t have at their disposal… or doesn’t know how to use correctly.
If you can master a few simple setups, you’ll be able to capture photos that most photographers can’t.
We’ve filmed videos around the island of Sicily covering topics such as:
- Removing cars and people from lively scenes
- Capturing sunsets with moving clouds and changing colours
- Shooting scenes with dramatic weather
Pillar 5. Night-Time Shooting
Shooting at night requires a very different approach to daytime photography… it could almost be a separate course.
You don’t need to use filters, but you do have to change the way you experiment with composition. And the shutter is still vitally important here.
In this section, we cover night photography, star photography, and the professional method for capturing light trails from cars…
What else is included?
New Bonus Added: Go-To Settings for Long Exposure (Value = $69)
Throughout the course, I share the settings that I’m shooting with, and they vary from scene to scene.
Instead of having to memorise these settings, I asked our designer to put together a beautiful cheat sheet for you.
It details the exact settings and gear needed for your photos.
You can print it out, or keep it on your phone, and refer to it when you need it. That way you don’t have to take notes throughout the course.
Bonus #1 - Star Trail Photography (Value $49)
Did you know it only takes 20 minutes to capture a star trail image like this?
But you mustn’t take a single 20-minute exposure. Or your scene can be easily ruined by an unexpected light source such as a passing car.
Instead, we take a series of photos and stack them together in Photoshop with a few clicks. I’ll show you exactly how it’s done in this bonus video.
Bonus #2 - Time-Lapse Photography (Value = $49)
Time-lapses actually require long exposures for the best results.
And when you shoot a sequence of images, waiting for the best shot… you can reuse these images for a stunning time-lapse video.
The process is a little tricky, but I show you how it’s done in this bonus video.
Here’s The Amazing Deal We’ve Put Together
The whole ExpertPhotography team worked hard to produce this stunning course. And over 1,000 hours have gone into the final result.
Although the value we’ve created exceeds $499.00, we’re offering this for a limited introductory price.