In order to take a great shot with long exposure, photographers often choose sceneries, where some objects are stationary while others are moving. That is the key to creating unusual and magnificent visual effects on the long exposure photographs. For example, taking a long exposure photograph of a waterfall will result in a picture with sharp clear appearance of stones and other static objects while water will look like mist, fog or some other mysteriously looking substance. Night traffic, moving clouds, fireworks are another examples of popular objects for long exposure photography. Cruzine has made up a collection of interesting long exposure photographs here to illustrate our readers the capabilities of this specific photography technique. We hope you enjoy the unusual effects, featured on the works of masters of long exposure photography.
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