A New Website about Everything Timelapse, HDR, and Panoramic Photography

September 8, 2011

by Rich Harrington – Scott Bourne, http://3exposure.com

Photography has been around a long time. One of the reasons for that is the constant innovation and improvement in technique and craft surrounding photography. Another reason is the invention of interesting styles or genres. Enter time lapse, HDR and panoramic photography. While HDR is the new kid on the block, time lapse has been possible since the first motion picture and panoramic photography has been around in some form since the 1840s.

Here at Triple Exposure, we’ll cover these three photographic specialties. We’ll offer tips, tricks, reviews, punditry, training videos, podcasts and anything else we can think of that might interest photographers using time lapse, HDR or panoramic photography.

The site is updated at least three times each week. Also watch for our video tutorials and audio podcasts.

We’re inteterested in knowing what you want to see here so send us an email at 3exposure@gmail.com. Thanks for stopping by.

Rich Harrington – Scott Bourne


Contact us at: 3exposure@gmail.com

Topics include:

Yes, You Can Create a Time-lapse Movie with Photoshop

Photo Book Review – High dynamic Range Digital Photographies for Dummies

Using Multiple Cameras For Time-lapse Photography

Three Common Time-Lapse Photography Problems

You Only Need One Image To Make An HDR-Like Photo

Motion Trails and Pan and Zoom Effect for Time-lapse

A New Website about Everything Timelapse, HDR, and Panoramic Photography

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