Posts Tagged “long exposure”
This is a twenty second long-exposure shot. It was created in West Bolton, Vermont. If you want to see a larger version take a look at the photograph on 500px.com. Below are two other shots from the same night. Both were thirty second exposures.
At 7:00 am on a bitter cold winter day in Burlington, Vermont people were scarce. I saw a few walking as though they had a destination to get to, probably a job. A couple of other people fished through the trash cans hoping to find recyclables that they could exchange for a few nickels. The…
This sixty-six second exposure photograph was create from the banks of the Winooski River off of Cochran Road in Richmond, Vermont. The cold wind coming off the water was quite painful on the hands. This is NOT an HDR composition (unlike most of my photos these days).
By the time I get out of work it’s dark outside so I have to resort to different techniques to feed my desire to create photographs. The first image, ‘By The Side Of The Road’ was a twenty minute exposure and the second was a fifteen. Both images were created on different days.
The temperature was just above thirty degrees. It was a warm, inviting morning in West Bolton, Vermont. Mill Brook was frozen but on the thaw. I had coffee. I had my tripod and camera.