Creating “milky water” can add drama to an otherwise everyday scene. This photograph, which is also on my website at www.stevedreyer.com, was made with a neutral density filter. The filter reduces the amount of light entering the lens so that a long exposure is necessary (which then softens the details in the moving water). Two other requirements: a tripod and a little patience for good measure!
I will be exhibiting photographs from my “Presence of Light” series at the Upstream Gallery. The exhibit is part of a group showng by Red Circle PhotoArts – a collective of photographers.
The exhibit runs from August 1 through August 30, 2015 and the opening reception is on Thursday, August 6,
from 6 to 8 pm. The gallery’s is located at 8 Main Street, Hastings-on-Hudson, NY. I hope you will be able to attend! To see the full series, please visit http://www.stevedreyer.com.
Thanks to “The Handmade Photograph” online magazine for publishing my article on creating textured images using onOne Software. The article is on The Handmade Photograph website.
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