Top tips for taking pictures of prolonged exposures

Por FreeJpg Editor


Posted on 2016-06-07


Our cameras usually set the shutter speed depending on the lighting conditions in which we find ourselves. These exposures are measured in hundredths or thousandths of a second. But there are certain cameras that allow us to shoot in manual mode, and thus can influence the exposure time and prolong get indeterminately. So we can create pictures in limited light conditions, such as night and details in almost total darkness, otherwise you could not.

If you have to make presentations during the day, it is common that the photo from being overexposed. To avoid this we have to close everything we can the diaphragm, to lengthen the exposure time without leave white photo. If this is not enough you need a dark filter that compresses the amount of light that enters the lens.

Examples of extended exposures at night and day.

In this video tutorial we will find a practical way, the best advice for our long exposures are perfect

SOURCES: 

Curso avanzado de fotografía (Computer Hoy)

IMAGES:

Raymond Gehman. 

Marco Antonio.

VIDEOTUTORIAL:

Matt Granger