The Ethereal Long Exposure Photography of Darren Moore.
Self-taught photographer Darren Moore creates ethereal black and white landscapes using a method called daytime long exposure, where a special filters are attached to a camera lens to reduce the amount of light.
“I am a self taught photographer living and working in Surrey. I have had a passion for photography for many years now and in the last few years have taken steps towards it becoming a full time profession.
I have been fortunate enough to have exhibited my work in the USA, Canada, France and here in the UK – Picking up a number of international awards along the way.
Primarily working in Black & White I specialise in a technique called ‘Daytime Long Exposure’ using Neutral Density (ND) filters attached to the lens. ND filters cut out the amount of light coming into the lens allowing the shutter to be left open for much longer than normal, capturing movement with an ethereal aesthetic. My images range from 30 second exposures to 15+ minutes.” – Darren Moore
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