Daytime long exposure tutorial for black and white fine art photography and post processing guide.
Your composition and quality of light is key to a great long exposure black and white photograph
Understand the light you are capturing, learn the difference between hard and soft light, and the impact this will have on the scene you are photographing and your choices available when post processing. Images captured with harsh lighting conditions are more difficult to post process. Make your compositions bold and striking, use leading lines and symmetry for impact and to draw your viewer through your composition.
Clouds are not only great for movement in long exposure photography, but also useful for setting a mood to your image. Fast moving clouds add drama and give an added dimension to architectural and cityscape photography. Learn to read the weather conditions around you, are the clouds fast moving? or slow? this will have an impact on your exposure times, and you will n...