skip to Main Content

Long Exposure Daylight Photography | Webinar Online Workshop

Rated 0 out of 5
(be the first to review)


Online Zoom Webinar

10:00am – 12:15pm


What do we mean by long exposure? In this case we are talking about exposures of several minutes and photographed in daylight.

Why would you want to do this?

The main reason for using a long exposure is to render movement in a scene, which is a technique that has several uses. Movement can imply time passing, suggest speed and it makes anything that is static in the frame stand out or look sharper and more solid.

For example, in a landscape with a following river or stream, the sharp elements contrast with the blur of the water; it’s the same with clouds moving past a skyscraper. Long exposures can also create a minimalist beauty, or define a lone subject as the focal point. You can even use nothing but movement to create an impressionistic effect.

In this workshop we will show images that demonstrate the effect gained by the process, discuss the equipment required and the process of taking the pictures with details of some suitable locations.

Additional information


David Lowe ARPS DPAGB – David is the Chairman of the London Salon of Photography and a frequent lecturer and judge at photographic clubs and societies around the country. See his work here –

Price Includes

• 2 hour online workshop
• A7 Swatch & PermaJet brochure (UK Mainland only)
• Emailed notes from the day
• Special paper Deals of the Day

Required Equipment



There are no reviews yet.

Only logged in customers who have purchased this product may leave a review.

Back To Top