How To Take Long Exposure Landscape Photos?

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How to Take Better Long Exposure Landscape Photos

  • 1 – Consider the scene without the camera. When arriving at a location you may find yourself rushing to your camera bag…
  • 2 – Maximize your images with morning or evening light. If you are using an ND10 filter you will know how brilliant they…
  • 3 – Use the rule of thirds. As with the first tip I really recommend that…

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Frequently Asked Questions

What setting should I use for long exposure?

Set the Exposure Make sure your camera is set to manual mode, or aperture priority mode. Then, set the aperture to the right value for the composition. For example, if you're shooting a long exposure landscape, use an aperture setting between f/8 and f/11.

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