Long Exposure Photography Workshops exampleThis photograph is an example of Long exposure photography and the beautiful effect you can achieve by using time to your advantage.
3 Hour Photography Workshops €60.00 each max 5 people.
or a 3 hour private one to one session for €150.-
I do a range of photography workshops but Long Exposure Seascape photography is my absolute passion. The control you have over the final image for me is the real thrill.
Through the use of Long exposures you can completely change a scene into what you personally want to show. From half a second exposures to 30 seconds and longer. The real trick is understanding when to use the right technique for that specific shot and correct use of equipment but more importantly than anything else the right composition.
This unique use of time is what creates these image with no photoshop involved. On my workshops or one to one tuition sessions I run you through the basics of how the image is created and then best use of equipment, how to find the right angles, what you need to have with you and also what you don't need to buy.
You can try out a few different filters and holders to see which one you prefer as well as use one of my professional tripods. See which ones you prefer or simply play around with your own equipment.
The real beauty of the session is you get to go home with a few great shots.
The beauty of photography is there is no right and wrong although there is a norm most people strive for. How you achieve that result is dictated the moment you press the shutter button. Some people spend hours editing a photograph that's one way to do it, the other way is to take it right in camera first day and spend 10-15 mins editing it, Personally as there is only so much time in the day I do the later.
I have a blog post Here explaining Long exposure photography in simple terms if you wants to read it
Details to my upcoming workshops can be found Here
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Dunworley DreamsLong Exposure Image taken at Dunworley
Mizen HeadA sligthly different angle of the beautiful Mizen Head and its lighthouse.
I shall not move.The waves whip past this lone stone sitting in the white wash of a raging sea. The motion has been emphasised by the use of a long exposure.
Last LightA long exposure photograph has the ability to completely transform a scene, like in this image the battered and beaten rock in the middle of the image can clearly be seen showing its battle scars with the sea.