Photography Tip: Long exposure tutorial with Scott Kelby

9 years 3 months ago #153405 by Scotty

icepics wrote: I get what you mean, I just see the situation differently.


Fair enough.

When the last candle has been blown out
and the last glass of champagne has been drunk
All that you are left with are the memories and the images-David Cooke.

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9 years 3 months ago #153433 by Stealthy Ninja
I like Kelby he's a funny guy who knows his stuff.

Sure some people are jealous of his success and will say anything to make themselves feel better, but it doesn't change the fact he's a big success and people like his work.

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9 years 3 months ago #153475 by icepics
Different things seem to work for different people. As far as long exposures, it seems like that's usually done when you want to capture for example city lights at night and need more time for the small amount of light to enter the camera. Besides using the technique in the video to capture the flow of water I'm not sure how else you would use it.

Sharon
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9 years 3 months ago #153476 by Scotty

icepics wrote: Different things seem to work for different people. As far as long exposures, it seems like that's usually done when you want to capture for example city lights at night and need more time for the small amount of light to enter the camera. Besides using the technique in the video to capture the flow of water I'm not sure how else you would use it.


Streaking clouds, making water flat, streaking people.

When the last candle has been blown out
and the last glass of champagne has been drunk
All that you are left with are the memories and the images-David Cooke.

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9 years 1 month ago #178017 by Photomama6262
Does anyone know how to determine what ND filter you
need? He used a 10 stop for this demonstration. I guess the higher the stop the longer you can keep the shutter open. Is it possible to get one that's too dark?


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8 years 4 days ago #268114 by SJM
:thumbsup: :judge:

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8 years 4 days ago #268196 by ConnieG
I don't know Scott Kelby personally and you probably don't, either. I agree he's mostly known for his Photoshop knowledge and his sense of humor. Every photographer has a style and Scott is all about technique and mechanics. There's nothing wrong with that. And give him credit for providing a free tutorial.


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7 years 4 months ago #294535 by Tailfin
MLK, as stated down there , you not only sound nuts you are and if you dont know who Scott Kelby is and does for the education of photographers as well as Photoshop, you sir shouldn't be allowed to even hold a camera

Creating Memories .... One Click at a Time
www.tailfinstudios.com

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7 years 4 months ago #294658 by Nikonshrink
Nice portfolio JMO! www.mlkstudios.com/
Still prefer Scott's far better, portfolio.scottkelby.com/ or maybe you haven't checked it?
and Scott's a genuine nice guy, not bashing people all the time.


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