Use Four Dimensional Photography for Evocative Images.

Long exposure brought out the reflection on Lake Vyrnwy, Wales.

Stories take time. They have a beginning a middle and an end. They evolve.

A picture is a snap shot of a split second in time. It tells part of a story and can infer more. Pictures of castles can tell of hundreds of years of history with a little knowledge and a lot of imagination. Collections of pictures will lead you through a story, but moving from one to the next…

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