Michael Kenna shots in Black and white film with exposures up to 10 hours long. The ethereal, soft light stood out to me and inspired me to take photos documenting the passage of time that a human eye can’t capture itself. I can incorporate soft clouds and possibly soft water. The Canon eos t6 only goes up to 30s exposure plus its bulb setting so it’ll be interesting what I can come up with.

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  • Mr. G!

    October 25, 2018 at 3:09 pm Reply

    You can also stack multiple long exposures to create one longer exposure.
    1. Take multiple long exposures (I’d do 15″ intervals)
    2. Open all images into PS as layers
    3. Auto align layers
    4. Change blend modes to overlay (or experiment to see which works bester)

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