Long Exposure Photography

Freezing action or slowing movement down are two great perspectives to use in photography.  There have been two recent photography workshops where participants have had the opportunity to experiment with motion.  Sometimes allowing a fast moving object to become blurred, see train stations shots, other times zooming the lens on a static object to create a sense of depth and motion, see the Warwick Arts Centre images and other times using long exposures to capture a sequence of actions, see fireworks shots.

If you are interested in learning any of these techniques then book yourself on a workshop or course with me.  There are plenty of photographic workshops to choose from in 2016 where we can put theory into practise, including next years fireworks workshop at Kenilworth.  Don't delay in booking the Kenilworth Fireworks workshop as it sells out every year well in advance of the date.  Book it today to ensure you can attend.


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Frances Hinds

Julian Barton-Bodely

Joyce James

Jackie Rosin

Kirsten Pearce

Joyce James

Jackie Rosin

 

Leslie Adams

Julian Barton Bodely

Joyce James

Jackie Rosin

Kirsten Pearce

Kirsten Pearce

Here are a few of my own shots from the Kenilworth Fireworks Display