Tag Archives: long exposure

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The Clouds Below

One of my favorite photography-related quotes is credited to Minor White: “One should not only photograph things for what they are but for what else they are.” […]

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Peaceful Sunrise

Long exposure photography allows us to experience a continuously moving scene as a frozen moment […]

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Ghosts of the Past

On a recent family vacation to the Carolina coast, we were met with miserable conditions almost the entire week […]

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Beach After Storm

On a recent family trip to the coast, we encountered fairly stormy conditions in the evenings […]

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Sea-foam Dreams

I traveled with my family to the beach recently and had a single type of image in mind to try: long-exposure scenes of the surf at the shoreline. It is amazingly difficult to do this […]

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Reserved

The reflection of the Federal Reserve building in downtown Richmond creates an abstract scene when coupled with a long exposure to blur the motion of the water. The highlight in the water is caused by […]

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Rushing Waters at Sunrise

I have to give my wife credit for the inspiration behind this image. When she saw yesterday’s image of the Great Blue Heron, she told me I should go back to the river and just shoot the water in the rapids. (Not as a critique – she loved the Heron image!)

So, this morning, I was back at the river […]

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