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Creating The Long Exposure Look for Water Blurs

I recently was reading about an interesting technique for creating water blurs on Moose Peterson’s blog. This technique works wonderfully for river scenes, waterfalls, and along lake shores or oceans. 221 more words

Nature Photography

REDEFINE | MULTIPLE EXPOSURES featuring JenDzen Photography

“There is only one sun. We can’t all claim to only have one way to use the light, but we can REDEFINE how we choose to express it. 356 more words


white flowers-multiple exposures

ever since i discovered the option of multiple exposures on my camera,i keep experimenting…


Alexey Titarenko (1962-)

This photographer was brought to my attention by classmate Sarah-Jane Field, and I am so glad she pointed his work out to me. I just love it. 356 more words

Multiple Exposures

Aside from the editing headaches I had a lot of fun with this week’s theme of multiple¬†exposures. I had a few landscape shots I was originally going to use for this week, but instead I’ve decided to geek out with my shots this week instead (big surprise there). 217 more words


Aurora Australis - Lighting Up Christchurch!

Having never taken a photos of an Aurora, I decided to head out to the top of the Port Hills.

Half way up the short icy track I met a few fellow photographers who gave me a few tips on the camera settings. 152 more words


Andreas Lie's double-exposures ‚Äď wild animals and sceneries as one and the same

Like every photographic technique, double exposures are mostly used for their visual effect and not because one has arrived at the decision, after careful deliberation, that a photo is content-wise or aesthetically improved because of it. 298 more words