Importance of blending short exposures with long exposure photography




Learn the importance of combining short exposures with long exposures to create the sharpest image possible!
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Comments 8

  1. nice, but I would do it opposite way. put black mask on the top layer and use white brush to reveal only blurred water. the reason is that ND filters (ND1000 mostly – or higher) usually add heavy vignetting, color cast and even a bit of unsharpness to the image. so this way, I would get rid of these issues.

  2. Another tip is if you have had to use a small aperture f22 for example to slow the shutter speed because you dont have filters, blend the water in rather than the foliage. That way you have less to blend in and you remove any diffraction from the small aperture.

  3. Cool video Mike. This one shows folks a little more of your photography skill and technique. Bringing it into daytime with a beautiful landscape is very revealing of your technique. This is one of my favorite videos. One day I'll get brave and show my street skill. Lol. Clear skies friend.

  4. Thanks for the awesome video Mike! Just out of curiosity, what's the difference between using the glamour glow vs using a gaussian blur layer in photoshop? I've seen many people implement the orton/glow effect (or at least tutorials on how to do it) by creating a new layer with a gaussian blur and this is the first I've seen something like it done with color efex pro. Thanks!

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