There are times when single exposures are simply amazing, with no need to go into a more time-consuming workflow. However, there are a number of scenarios when stacking is a preferred method, Alister Benn explains
In the last decade or so, night photography, along with many other disciplines within landscape photography, has moved forward in leaps and bounds. Blessed with cameras that display instant feedback and sensors that can deal increasingly well with limited available light, truly we are living in a golden age.
Of course, stunning images were always possible for the few who were willing to undertake the huge learning curve of discovering how film reacted to long exposures, but, in truth, this was the realm of a few highly...
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