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.
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- Learn the ins and outs of long exposure photography.
- See why photographers use the technique and how they go about it.
- Discover the many accessories and tools that are readily available for you to take advantage of.
- Find answers to commonly asked questions about long exposure photography.