Saturday, 24 October 2015

Light Trail Photography Tutorial

Our tutorial today is from our friends at Picture Correct, written by Ty Sharp, and gives some very useful pointers to Light Trail Photography.

Taking photos of light trails may seem difficult, but it’s easier than expected and is based on a lot of trial and error. Light trail photos are most commonly found with car headlights and tail lights, but you can also make light trails with stars (star trails) or any other light source in motion during low light hours of sunset or night.

Light trails are basically long exposure shots that take place around moving sources of light. There isn’t much you will need to be able to take these shots, but a proper camera, and additional equipment can help, even though some is not needed. I will explain the basics.

Follow this link to read the full article....  Light Trail Photography Tutorial – PictureCorrect
Here are a couple of my light trail photos.
Windsor Guildhall
Bicester at Night
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