As I am writing an instructional article on landscape and wildlife photography, I have to tailor the image to specific subjects. One planned subject is the use of long exposures to add a certain something to the image and how they can also work as leading lines.
One benefit to shooting at sunrise is that you can obtain quite long exposures without having to use filters. On this day, we had a very cloudy start and so there wasn't a sunset like the one I wrote about in the previous blog (click here to read that blog). Although I would always take a colourful sky to the one you can see here, it gave me a chance to talk about longer exposures and how they can help an image. So the composition is fairly simple, there are converging lines on the bottom left third which then flows into the image and up to the large tree on the upper right third.
I hope that this blog has given you some useful tips that you can use in your own work, thanks for reading and if you missed the first part of this two part blog then follow this link (Part One) and have a read.
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