Long Exposure Shots

Thank you to all the photographers that shared their favorite long exposure shots in this photo contest

“Ferrybridge_power_station_02RED ” by gilesrrocholl
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“Aquamarine ” by joggievanstaden
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“Solitude ” by extremalen
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“Global Fest Caglary 2019 Display done By Canada 08/22/2019 ” by acesiswild
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“GRAN VIA04b ” by Leidenfrost
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more in: “49+ Incredible Long Exposure Shots”
at viewbug

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Whatever The Weather

The vagaries of our climate can be frustrating, but at the same time they offer some fantastic opportunities for exciting and engaging photography. In this category, any subject goes, as long as it has weather as its dominating theme. This might mean the morning light streaming through autumn mist, someone running for the bus through the pouring rain, people snoozing on a sun-drenched beach, or a mountainscape in the snow. Be creative with how you portray the scene in front of you, perhaps using a long exposure to capture streaking raindrops or a neutral-density graduated filter to emphasise the moodiness of a stormy sky.

Porthcawl
by Jay Birmingham
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Fishing village at night
by Michael Epel
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Hintersee morning
by Kai Hornung
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Just a bit windy
by Tuule Müürsepp
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Hold on tight!
by foxbird
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Whatever The Weather
Part of Amateur Photographer of the Year 2019

more at photocrowd

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The Sea has Stories

Grab a cup of coffee or a glass of red and cosy up with the Winter issue of White Horses. Issue 29 opens with a stunning image by Paul Smith of Nic Brewer at Noosa, and flows into the rich collection of stories and photos that has made White Horses so treasured.

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The Sea has Stories
White Horses | Issue Twenty Nine

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61 Photographers Celebrate Earth Day With Creative Shots

We are excited to share the finalists of this opportunity to see how photographers capture our planet …
We believe in being responsible and helping our planet, that is why we have a partnership with Eden Reforestation Projects where we help plant 5 trees for every PRO and PRO+ member of our community.

“you with little faith ” by artemiopascua
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“Asian leopard ” by spicspics
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“Waterfalls in Autumn ” by AutumnOaks
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“middle of no where ” by rock_and_nature
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“Spotted Owlet ” by avkash
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61 Photographers Celebrate Earth Day With Creative Shots
more at viewbug

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CEWE Photo Award 2019 Monthly Winners So Far

The CEWE Photo Award 2019 is free to enter, and open to anyone over 18, whether you’re a keen amateur photographer ready to show your work in your first major photo competition or an already established professional. With ten unique categories to enter, there’s nowhere better to share your work with the world.

Your photos will be judged by a panel of recognized industry experts, journalists and professional photographers. Their focus above all will be on the quality of the photograph, and how well the photo fits the chosen category in the photo contest.

“Rough sea 12” by Giovanni Allievi
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“Streets of Lava” by Anders Brakestad
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“Ozeane” by Doris Wahler
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“Regenbogenhäuser in Houten” by Kai Diederichs
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“Tree” by Pavla Bat’ková
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CEWE Photo Award 2019
World’s Largest Photo Competition
more at cewe-photoworld

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Water, water everywhere, make your shutter blink…

Water, water everywhere, make your shutter blink, water, water everywhere, show us what you think (sorry Coleridge). This is the round to embrace H2O, whether you’re photographing cool splash art, misty waterfalls and milky seas or you have something meaningful to say about this life-giving substance.

Safe From Harm
by Doug Richardson
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Tides | Australia
by Lee Mumford
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Drama Drangarnir
by Kai Hornung
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Frozen in Time
by Jacquie Matechuk
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Wave
by Handytdj
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Water | Photographic Competition
Part of Digital Camera Photographer of the Year 2019
more at PhotoCrowd

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Resonance | Images with Meaning | A Special White Horses Issue

Warmly wrapped between the covers of this special issue, titled RESONANCE, are some amazing untold stories from surfers, artists and musicians about the photos that influenced their lives.

The idea of a photo triggering a strong emotional response lies at the heart of this special issue. The premise was simple enough: we asked an eclectic mix of surfers to nominate an image that resonated with them, an image that carried special meaning. The aim is not only to gain insight into the image, but to get to know the storytellers a little better too.

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The Sea Has Stories. Photographers, Artists, Writers, Storytellers and Staff. Issue Twenty-Seven
more at White Horses