At some point, most photographers move beyond the automatic settings their camera provide, and attempt to get more creative with their images. One of the ways to do so is by adjusting shutter speeds outside the norm, either using fast shutter speeds to freeze action, or slower shutter speeds, to capture the passage of time. Using slower shutter speeds to create long exposures can create unique and interesting looks in images, and allow you to create variations on a scene. Join V- Filters Visionary Rick Berk, as he explains the reasons he photographs using long exposures, the techniques he uses, and the tips and tricks he's found helpful in creating his long exposure images.
Bio: Rick Berk is a professional photographer whose work has been published and purchased by collectors around the world. Capturing the essence of the locations he photographs- the vibrant colors, the textures, and dramatic light- drive Rick to continue to travel and photograph.
Rick is also an educator, teaching photo classes and workshops, as well as authoring dozens of articles to help others improve their photography. Rick was recently named a Visionary by V' Filters.