Category: Magic Cloth Technique

MAGIC CLOTH PHOTOGRAPHY

The Magic Cloth Technique is a long exposure photography technique that allows the photographer to control exposure to different parts of a scene to extend the dynamic range of a photograph.

Please find below a bunch of Magic Cloth Photography tutorials. They are in no particular order at the moment, but I hope to be categorising everything later.

 

WHERE TO START

The original article gives you an introduction to the technique, but as the art requires physical movement, it is so much easier to watch one of the Videos to begin with. It is a very simple idea, but whenever I try to write about it it seems very complex. So my strong recommendation is to watch the videos and then use the blog tutorials as a reference.

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