Canon 7D, 32mm, f/11, 1/4s, ISO 100
A while ago I published a series of tutorials on long-exposure photography over at the x-equals website (x-equals is a company that sells wonderful pre-sets for Lightroom that I use very often when processing my photos).
The tutorials were published in three installments, so I thought it might make sense to summarize them here and have this as a neat placeholder for all three:
Long-Exposure Photography Part 1/3 talks about the basics of long-exposure photography and how you can set up a shot on the cheap with really high-quality results. It features my shots Pink Sunrise, Post-Apocalyptic Brussels and Les Fantômes du Pont des Arts.
Long-Exposure Photography Part 2/3 makes it practical and offers a step by step of the cheap long-exposure shot described in part 1, from shooting to post-processing. It features my shots Jersey City Dawn, The Shard at Dusk and Grey Dawn on Hahei Beach.
Long-Exposure Photography Part 3/3 takes it up a notch and shows some funkier techniques using long-exposure like ghosting and light trails. It features my shots Le Hérisson, Stopped at the Red Light and The Ghost Hand.