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Scott Wyden Kivowitz

Scott Wyden Kivowitz



Scott Wyden Kivowitz is the Community & Blog Wrangler at Imagely, a blogger, photographer and educator. Scott is also the author of Time Is On Your Side: Exploring Long Exposure Photography, Go Wider with Panoramic Photography and Ambivert's Guide to Street Photography. Scott considers himself an everyday photographer rather than narrowing his scope of photography style down to only portraits and landscape. Being an everyday photographer means he photographs whatever sparks his interest. Scott writes for Digital Photography School, SLR Lounge and his own blog. He is also a regular judge at ViewBug and guest editor at 500px. Scott believes in sharing his knowledge any way possible and educating without fluff, in a straight to the point easy to understand style.
  • Nikon Df
  • Nikon 35mm
  • Nikon 85mm
  • Nikon 1.7x
  • Nikon 50mm
  • Nikon 24mm PC-E
  • Nikon 70-200
  • Nikon 24-70
  • Nikon 20mm
  • LumoPro LP180
  • Nikon SB800
  • iPad
  • Macbook Pro
  • TriggerTrap

Long exposure photography online course

Published April 30th, 2013

I thought there might be some photographers here looking for a simple course on photographing long exposures. I've created a course on Udemy that is designed for photographers without long exposure and neutral density filter experience. The course is normally $27, but I have the course free for the first 50 people who sign up for it from 500px.

If you take advantage of the free course please leave some positive feedback when you're done with the course.

If you have questions or concerns please let me know before leaving any bad feedback. The course is brand new and I can fix and adjust as needed so I'd very much appreciate the chance to make improvements.

Thanks and enjoy!


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