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Long Exposure Photography Interview #26: Paul Wheeler

Long exposure photography by Paul Wheeler

This article is part of a series of interviews with long exposure photographers to celebrate the release of my ebook Slow. You can keep track of the interviews by clicking on the Long Exposure Photography Interviews link under Categories in the right-hand sidebar.

 

Paul Wheeler is a landscape photographer from Gloucester in England. His profession is also related to the land – by day he is a geologist. His grandfather introduced him to film photography as a child and, after a break of some years he returned to photography and converted to digital in 2005. Paul runs workshops and offers one-to-one tuition. You’ll find the details on his website.

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Long Exposure Photography Interview #25: Luca Cesari

Infrared photography by Luca Cesari

This article is part of a series of interviews with long exposure photographers to celebrate the release of my ebook Slow. You can keep track of the interviews by clicking on the Long Exposure Photography Interviews link under Categories in the right-hand sidebar.

 

Luca Cesari is a fine art photographer from northern Italy. One thing that sets his work apart is his experimentation with infrared photography. When carried out with an infrared filter this effectively becomes long exposure photography as these filters block ten or more stops or light. But the final result has a different look. Vegetation becomes very light, and blue skies extremely dark. You will see this when you look at Luca’s photos.

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Long Exposure Photography Interview #24: Steve Landeros

Long exposure photography by Steve Landeros

This article is part of a series of interviews with long exposure photographers to celebrate the release of my ebook Slow. You can keep track of the interviews by clicking on the Long Exposure Photography Interviews link under Categories in the right-hand sidebar.

 

Steve Landeros is a fine art photographer based in the San Francisco Bay area. A lifelong resident of the area, the influence of the local geography is clear in his work. A relative late-comer to photography, he has found his calling later in life than some. But that doesn’t detract from his images at all, as you can see from the beauty of his black and white photos.

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Long Exposure Photography Interview #23: Darren Moore

Long exposure photography by Darren Moore

This article is part of a series of interviews with long exposure photographers to celebrate the release of my ebook Slow. You can keep track of the interviews by clicking on the Long Exposure Photography Interviews link under Categories in the right-hand sidebar.

 

Darren Moore is a photographer from the UK. He has some interesting long exposure photos in his portfolio, and his techniques include using people and inanimate objects as a focal point. He lives in a region that seems to be popular with long exposure photographers (the south of England) and has also travelled to Iceland, another popular destination.

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Long Exposure Photography Interview #22: Nathan Wirth

Long exposure photography by Nathan Wirth

This article is part of a series of interviews with long exposure photographers to celebrate the release of my ebook Slow. You can keep track of the interviews by clicking on the Long Exposure Photography Interviews link under Categories in the right-hand sidebar.

 

Nathan Wirth is a self-taught photographer from San Francisco. His images have a haunting beauty and are influenced by his love of poetry and art. He also runs a photography ezine called Slices of Silence where you can read more interviews with long exposure photographers.

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Long Exposure Photography Interview #21: Maria Strömvik

Long exposure photography by Maria Strömvik

This article is part of a series of interviews with long exposure photographers to celebrate the release of my ebook Slow. You can keep track of the interviews by clicking on the Long Exposure Photography Interviews link under Categories in the right-hand sidebar.

 

Maria Strömvik is a photographer from Sweden. She grew up by the sea in southern Sweden and water is a recurrent theme in her images. She works in black and white to create an almost abstract, or surreal feel to her photos.

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Long Exposure Photography Interview #20: Will Le

Long exposure photography by Will Le

This article is part of a series of interviews with long exposure photographers to celebrate the release of my ebook Slow. You can keep track of the interviews by clicking on the Long Exposure Photography Interviews link under Categories in the right-hand sidebar.

 

Will Le is a photographer from Malaysia. He started shooting long exposure black and white photos in 2010. With the majority of photographers in this interview series based in Europe or the United States, it’s nice to have a representative from Asia.

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Long Exposure Photography Interview #19: Andy Brown

Long exposure photography by Andy Brown

This article is part of a series of interviews with long exposure photographers to celebrate the release of my ebook Slow. You can keep track of the interviews by clicking on the Long Exposure Photography Interviews link under Categories in the right-hand sidebar.

 

Andy Brown is a landscape photographer from the UK. He’s based in Devon, a county renown for its natural beauty and stunning coastline. I interviewed Andy 21 months ago (you can read it here) and thought it would be interesting to interview him again for this series.

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Long Exposure Photography Interview #18: David Frutos

Long exposure photography by David Frutos

This article is part of a series of interviews with long exposure photographers to celebrate the release of my ebook Slow. You can keep track of the interviews by clicking on the Long Exposure Photography Interviews link under Categories in the right-hand sidebar.

 

David Frutos is a photographer from Murcia on the southern coast of Spain. I know of several Spanish photographers producing stunning work and it seems that there is no shortage of beautiful scenery around the Spanish coast.

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Long Exposure Photography Interview #15: Rohan Reilly

Long exposure photography by Rohan Reilly

 

This article is part of a series of interviews with long exposure photographers to celebrate the release of my ebook Slow. You can keep track of the interviews by clicking on the Long Exposure Photography Interviews link under Categories in the right-hand sidebar.

 

Rohan Reilly is a photographer based in West Cork, Island. The rugged landscapes and seascapes of the area feature in his work. So does the architecture of Barcelona: he lived in the city for three years and it’s where his photography began.

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