Long Exposure Photography

Long Exposure Photography

This is a short film showcasing some of my long exposure images. You can view more of my images on my website at www.dougchinnery.com where you will also fin...

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Luis Nieves says:

Can’t wait to buy an ND filter 😀 

iamskillls1 says:

2.46 is at durdle door

wheelerwood says:

Wonderful work.

HedgehogOutdoors says:

That one at 2:40 is amazing!

2009korte says:

what lenses please share? also, avoid smaller aperture then f/16, images
get soft

TheAnynha23 says:

what a song!!!!!

CN24076 says:

this collection really gives a haunted feeling with the background song and
long exposure photography (misty water) !

19haylin88 says:

Wow amazing pictures!! =D How did you get all of those stars in the picture
at 1:58 ? Did you use a special filter? How long was you shutter set to?

Danny Nowak says:

Bye, I’m off to buy an ND filter…

IncontinentJim says:

Quick bit of advice for long-exposure newbies – if you’re looking to create
daytime long exposure shots at the very minimum an ND400 filter (Hoya are
great and affordable) is essential. It will change the way you look at
landscape photography and open up all sorts of creative possiblities.

ابواسلام الفلاح says:

منظر رائع

xDAngelo1x says:

how come i can never take a long exposure shot during the day?? the picture
always comes out over exposed…

JAMESPINDERMEDIA says:

@xDAngelo1x i used to have this problem but its probably because your using
such a long exsporure time that ( or shutter speed ) to much liht is
hitting the censor so if you use an nd filter you will be able to lower the
exspore ( i think im right : / :LL )

ipadize says:

imagine on 2:04 in every pixel are maybe 20 billion stars o.O

bleyland629 says:

wow nice stuff dude 🙂 where did you learn how to do this ???? can you help
me get started ??? already getting ND filters. very nice work

bobcamacho says:

Hi Paul, I was recommending this for a nighttime shot. So that
recommendation may not apply for the daytime. Here are my recommendations;
go to manual mode and you should be able to go to f7 or any other fstop you
camera is able to do. If you go on aperture mode you can set your fstop to
f7 and the camera will adjust the shutter speed and iso. Hope it helps! 🙂

ddiavoli says:

Nice work man!

poiboy43 says:

They are really good photographs, but in the description you called this a
short-film, it isn’t a short-film, short-films have meaning and a storyline.

Danny Nowak says:

graduated ND filter

MrSkeath says:

may I ask your advice seeing asyou seem o0kay to ffer it…How can I
achieve an f7/f9??I seem to only be able to drop to f22 on the 18-55mm
lens,Works fine at night time water shots,Just the daytime ones Im havind
trouble with…

Michael Levesque says:

Beautiful work!

newcoyote says:

Fantastic photography. I do not however care for the video presentation. As
a photographer myself, the image as a whole is important. The composition
and frame are integral. The fade/zoom take away from that. I’d rather just
see the shots as intended by the artist.

Danny Nowak says:

is a Hama ND2-ND400 variable ND filter any good?

fote ARTE says:

wooowo like!!!

GiovanniObson says:

Wow i really love your pictures

Madison Barnhorst says:

your photos are very inspiring

Manindra Shrestha says:

@xDAngelo1x go low on aperture, use value like f/22, and use ISO 100….try
it out…

Frank P says:

Its ok bud, got me a 10 stop ND ages back, bloody brilliant thing. cheers
anyway !

domeee11 says:

Are u based in SFO?

gnans ' says:

@xDAngelo1x You have to use ND Filter

XraineX says:

how do you create that image at 4:59

snellyification says:

@xDAngelo1x i think it is because you F stop is to high so your camera is
letting in too much light, if you increase the F stop to around 20-22 you
should be able to get great pictures.

zero man says:

i suggest you learn how to use the TTL meter on your camera first. you need
filters to limit the light hitting your sensor. basically, the less light
that gets into your camera, the longer your exposure will be. practice
using your camera on manual, pick the F number you want for large or
shallow depth of field ,take a meter reading then set your shutter speed to
ballance the exposure with the reading, pointless using filters if you dont
know how to use the TTL meter

bobcamacho says:

try 30 sec exp; iso 100; f7 to f9. Hope this helps

Giorgio Niro says:

Time is on your side! Very Nice.

Pierre Jean Burel says:

Des photos qu’on ne devrait jamais avoir vues…Ava!nt d’arpenter les
rivages du monde

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