Long exposure photography is when a photographer uses specific methods, like longer shutter speeds and neutral density filters, in order to create an effect in a photograph. Often times the same technique is used to remove moving objects from a scene or smooth out water. But there is a lot involved to achieve great results.
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Long Exposure Photography Blog Articles
I have also published many blog articles related to long exposure photography. In fact, some of the topics I cover briefly in my eBook is expanded upon here on the blog. For example:
- How & Why Use Mirror Lock Up For Sharper Photographs
- How To Get Started With Neutral Density Filters
- Focus Stacking For Landscape Photography
Read the long exposure photography blog articles.