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Streaming Star Trails Photography

If  you haven’t already played about with your Bulb exposure setting, then you’re missing out and here is proof! Star Trails are simply captivating, they map the sky as the Earth rotates producing streams of light, providing a photo opportunity for the long exposure lovers. This technique is very easy to get a hang of and in the end the most difficult part is patience – sitting in the cold dark night!

Stanton, St John the Baptist

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Marvellous Macro Photography

These photographs reveal a rarely seen world and with just a pair of eyes nearly impossible to do, but with the use of a 1:2 Macro Lens it is just a click away from discovering this marvellous, untapped macrocosm!

Day 45/365 : All the world in a little droplet

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High Speed Water Splash Photography

High Speed Photography is great fun when combined with water, as you scroll through the photographs you’ll see how much creativity can be had with only a few simple requirements and understandings. High speed photography was the first photographic interest of mine, and created a basis for my desire to be more creative with my photography!

I hope you find this of interest and drive you to learn more, which is easily done by clicking any photograph – this will bring you to all of the photographer’s work.

Flying Milk

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Remarkable Reflections in Photography

The use of reflections in photography is always a fascinating aspect providing symmetry and an artistic element to a photograph. Reflections can often be the painterly filter effect to a photo, or the mirrored half that in water produces an organic flurry of light and colour, and the balance of reflections can make for an aesthetic advantage to a photograph.

So, whatever effect you are after, hopefully these remarkable photos here can inspire you to explore this further.

Let there be light

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Stunning Infrared Photography

Infrared photography is a special technique in which you use an Infrared Filter, which you attach over your lens like any other lens filter – then take an exposure using a long shutter speed (dependent on the light source). The IR-Filter blocks all other light and allows only Infrared light to pass through onto your sensor/film. The photograph you end up with has a very red/magenta Hue and requires digital post-processing.

These photos will make you dig deeper into this photographic technique and hopefully inspire you to create stunning Infrared Photographs! I encourage you to discover more by simply clicking on the Photographs, the photographer’s would appreciate your visit!

Capitol Exposure

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