Long Exposure


A commonly used technique in photography that blurs the moving parts of an image or dramatically enhances light in night or dark scenes. This is achieved by fixing the position of a camera (typically on a tripod) and using a slow shutter speed. Examples of long exposure photographs include images of blurred car lights on a highway or moonlit skies seemingly lit up as though it were daytime.

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