Long Exposure or Short Exposure

Long Exposure or Short Exposure

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Long Exposure or Short Exposure

Ralph Goldsmith

Long Exposure or Short Exposure

Long Exposure or Short Exposure - When it comes to mountain photography, with clouds, big dark clouds, what works best. a long exposure or a short exposure?

After a week when I hadn't been able to get out much I headed out with a plan, that completely changed, mostly because of the conditions.

So, instead of doing what I planned I did some mountain photography, aided by some gorgeous dark and dramatic clouds, and I've decided to pose a question.

Does this type of scene benefit from a long exposure approach? Or, is it better to stick to shorter exposures.

Let me know what you think

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