July 25, 2017 | 9349 Views | By Matt K

Long Exposures and Moving Objects

In this video we’re going to switch gears from talking about how to take long exposures and the filters around them, to some post processing. On a normal long exposure photo, there’s not too much we’d do to change things. But once in a while, you may have something moving in the photo that you didn’t want. That’s where some layering techniques come in to play.

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10 comments on “Long Exposures and Moving Objects”

  1. On July 25, 2017 at 8:08 pm Kenny Wright wrote:

    Hi Matt! I always learn so much from your videos. I’m 78 years old. Your never too to learn. I really enjoy all of your work. I guess we are neighbors, I live in Clearwater.
    Kenny

    1. On July 26, 2017 at 8:03 am Matt K replied:

      Thanks Kenny – I love shooting at the beach down that way 🙂 I’m not too far from you, a little north in the Oldsmar area.

  2. On July 26, 2017 at 6:07 pm richardmccarthy906@gmail.com wrote:

    Matt…so glad to be part of the ON1 and Plus community. Always learning new and better ways to manipulate my photos. From a fellow Floridian, Daytona Beach says Thanks.

  3. On July 29, 2017 at 3:25 pm Stephen Wilks wrote:

    Matt,
    Love your work and short informative videos. Enjoying the On1 Plus education. This is a “killer” tip and will save many photo ops. You’re a natural born teacher. Keep up the great work.
    Thanks,
    Steve

  4. On July 31, 2017 at 7:25 pm Hank Huyser wrote:

    Hey Matt! Nice video… Was that Watkins Glen in NY, by any chance?
    Anyway, nice idea–thinking in “reverse”–on the masking/painting out. I usually left things alone when it came to merging/masking away because of the painstaking process. You brought to light the process which left the “good stuff” alone. Had forgotten all of that.
    Getting back to photography and ON1, little by little, as I am almost 90% recuperated from triple bypass cardiac procedure. Looking forward to some day submitting another critique photo.

    1. On August 1, 2017 at 6:42 am Matt K replied:

      Oh man Hank. So sorry to hear about the health problems. I was actually think the other day I hadn’t seen you around and was hoping you were good.
      Glad to see you back!

  5. On July 31, 2017 at 8:58 pm Michael Tallman wrote:

    I’m the guy who submitted the “I’m a n00b” comment during the last webinar – I’m just been hacking here and there and now learning what I can do with the camera. Nothing high end, yet – gotta work the knowledge first. It does give me satisfaction to see the base product – now to start playing with 2017.5 RAW and start tweaking things a bit. And what you did taught this n00b a lot in one sitting – definitely will be going over the video again (and again!).
    Thanks!

  6. On August 11, 2017 at 12:09 pm Les Tomalin wrote:

    Hi Matt
    Enjoyed the video very much, and learnt alot from it. Thank You
    Les (in the UK)

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