How to take incredible long exposure photography indoor

Long Exposure photography is when you take a photo using a long shutter speed. Now you must be wondering what does that mean? Well having a long shutter speed means that your camera was open taking the photo for a long time. A long time in the photography world means a few seconds.

We few weeks ago I went on a photography excursion to Victor, Idaho and on the first day we took some long exposure photos indoors. We created stations with different themes. We our long shutter speed and a high aperture, we turned the lights off, set my camera on a tripod and used a flashlight to light paint on each station. Before you start taking your photos, you need to shine a light on your subject to find your focus using auto focus. Once you have found it, put it on manual focus so try to find its focus when the lights are off.

Some of my favorite light painting photographers are Dennis Calvert and Kayla Taculog. They both do an incredible job of telling a story with their long exposure photography.

The following photos are my take on indoor long exposure photography. Please leave me a comment and let me know what you think.

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The settings I used were the following:

  • Shutter Speed: 15 seconds
  • Aperature: f/8.0
  • ISO:200