MPEX Experience, SoftLiteStudios

Q&A: When Is Enough, Enough?

Written by: Tim Neumann and Lorie McQuirt Question: One of our followers asks, “When shooting long exposure images of waterfalls, how do I know when the exposure time is just right?” Introduction: This question could be interpreted more than one way. Are we thinking about “exposure time as the right amount of light?”, or are […]

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MPEX Experience, The Daily Photo- Tim Neumann

Tim’s Daily Photo #138- Channeled

Tim’s Daily Photo #138 by Tim Neumann of Softlite Studios Channeled I was really drawn to the channel that this water was going through and tried to capture its lines and confines. ISO 200 ­ 180” @ f/16 ­at 61mm For me this image was about two things; One, getting the frame to reflect the channel that I […]

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MPEX Experience, SoftLiteStudios, The Daily Photo- Tim Neumann

Tim’s Daily Photo #137- Layer Cake

The Daily Photo #137by Tim Neumann of Softlite Studios.com Layer Cake Once you begin to really think about it, there are literally limitless numbers of perspectives available on shooting a single waterfall. Another image from the Ricketts Glenn Long Exposure Waterfall Workshop. ISO 250 ­ 180” @ f/16 ­at 70mm In taking this image I was thinking about a few things… […]

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MPEX Experience, SoftLiteStudios, The Daily Photo- Tim Neumann

Tim’s Daily Photo #89- Bend

The Daily Photo #89 by Tim Neumann of Softlite Studios.com Bend Waterfalls are always fascinating to me and Great Falls National Park is no exception. Isolated this view on my last visit. ISO 200 ­ 120” (2 min) @ f/16 ­ 125mm In this image, I have really just isolated a section of the waterfall that I found visually compelling. In […]

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