Locking your shutter open for an extended period of time can result in some really cool shots. Long exposure techniques can be used for things like car light trails, smoothing out water in waterfalls, rivers, etc, and can make clouds look like they’re moving and streaking across the sky. When needed, you can even make people disappear from your shot. Here’s how to pull of each of these long shutter speed techniques.
Want to improve your landscape photography? Follow this 5-step checklist and you’ll be well on your way to taking better landscape photos.
Want to know where to plan your next trip in order to get great photos? Check out the list of the top 10 travel photography destinations as selected by the DPM tour leaders. See why they are the best of the best for us and tell us which places make your list.
In this article, night photography expert Jim Hamel will give you some tips on camera settings and how to get the best exposures after the sun goes down. Bonus – follow his quick processing tip to bring life to your nighttime photos!
You don’t really need a lot of fancy gear, just some good advice, and education. Here are seven simple tips for beginners that you can start doing right away to help you take better photos.