One of the most fascinating domains of photography for me has always been Long Exposure Photography. Whether its capturing motion of a few seconds by some performer, photographing the night sky or a waterfall, light trails or light painting, I always try and see how I can incorporate it into a scene.
Here are some of the best articles I’ve seen on this topic:
And here are some of my attempts in this domain.
I hope to keep this post alive later on by adding new photographs that I capture using this technique or in case I find some of my previous good ones 😀
I really wanted to try my hand at macro photography a while ago but was really not too keen on buying a new lens.
This technique is something I came across last year and have had a lot of fun exploring. I use a reversing ring with my standard kit 18-55mm lens with Sony NEX 5K.
Here’s a small look into the technique:
These are some of my favourite shots that I’ve managed to capture over time using this technique. Note that I haven’t provided the EXIF because it isn’t stored with the photos since the lens contacts aren’t connected to the camera while clicking the photos.
I’ll keep adding new photographs that I manage to click using this technique here in the future.