Landscapes are fun, but sometimes you just need to try something different from what you’re used to. Infrared photography is a great way to start looking at scenes from another perspective. In collaboration with Hoya here are some tips to get you started!
In collaboration with Hoya I will be helping you get started in long exposure photography with this little guide. Using longer exposures during night time is simple, as you have a lot less light to work with, so closing up your aperture will generally do the trick and you won’t need any additional equipment. Achieving long shutter speeds in a single exposure during daytime is another story, however. For this you will definitely need some Neutral Density (ND) filters, which over the years have gone up in quality and down in price, making them available to practically every photography enthusiast.Read more