Long Exposure Photography
There is something very addictive about long exposure photography, once you start, you can’t stop (It is long exposure after all*). I think its the fact that it is a little challenging and also that the end results can be great.
Buachaille Etive Mòr – My own take on this well photographed scene… Buachaille Etive Mòr (Scottish Gaelic: Buachaille Eite Mòr, meaning “the great herdsman of Etive”), generally known to climbers simply as The Buachaille or The Beuckle, is a mountain at the head of Glen Etive in the Highlands of Scotland. Its pyramidal form, as seen from the A82 road when travelling towards Glen Coe, makes it one of the most recognisable mountains in Scotland, and one of the most depicted on postcards and calendars.
Southwold at Night – Here I take you to Southwold in Suffolk and a night shot of the pier. It was a glorious spring evening with a full moon to add to the ambience.
Saltburn Pier – Here you have a capture of Saltburn Pier on the North East coast of the UK. A long exposure HDR image that gives you lots of details and a misty feel.
This is a long exposure shot of The Deep Hull, UK. It was a windy day in East Riding of Yorkshire, and the clouds were moving with quite some pace. I wanted to capture this movement and at the same time show this interesting building.
Filey Brigg Dawn
Ynys Llanddwyn Lighthouse – A long Exposure of the sunset.
Penmon Smooth – A colour version of a long exposure at the lighthouse.
Fairy Pools – A moody, atmospheric day under the shadow of the Cullens.
Hartland Quay – Devon
Burnham on Sea – Somerset
St Ives Harbour
The Bonnie Shores – Paddling in Loch Lomond
*yes that was a bad photography pun.