Long Exposure Photography

26 Eye-Catching Examples of Long Exposure Photography

Long exposure photography is really amazing technique to capture light and movement. When an image is taken including stationary and moving subjects (for example, a fixed street and moving cars or a camera within a car showing a fixed dash-board and moving scenery) using a slow shutter speed, interesting effects, such as light trails occur.

Long exposures are easiest to accomplish in low-light conditions, but can be done in brighter light using neutral density filters or specially designed cameras.

Here i have collected 26 eye-caching examples of long exposure photography.

Long Exposure Photography

Long Exposure Photography

Long Exposure Photography

Long Exposure Photography

Long Exposure Photography

Long Exposure Photography

Long Exposure Photography

Long Exposure Photography

Long Exposure Photography

Long Exposure Photography

Long Exposure Photography

Long Exposure Photography

Long Exposure Photography

Long Exposure Photography

Long Exposure Photography

Long Exposure Photography

Long Exposure Photography

Long Exposure Photography

Long Exposure Photography

Long Exposure Photography

Long Exposure Photography

Long Exposure Photography

Long Exposure Photography

Long Exposure Photography

Long Exposure Photography

Long Exposure Photography

39 thoughts on “26 Eye-Catching Examples of Long Exposure Photography”

  1. 22 out of 26 isn’t bad.
    (in other words – 4 aren’t long exposure. 3 are slow shutter speeds, but certainly shorter than 1s, and one is at LEAST 1/400 or so)

  2. I’m a big fan of Patrick Smith. A lot of these are just crap though. Go set up a camera anywhere and do a 30 second exposure and you’ll get the same thing.

  3. light trails from cars? and cityscapes? really? these are remarkably un-original for the most part. a few of the ones with water are ok.

    but seriously, some of them aren’t even for-sure long exposures. they could just be high speed film or photoshop tricks.

    boring.

  4. The 9th picture, showing the sun over a bridge is definitely not a long-exposure shot. The cars are perfectly captured, and I looked at the properties on the Flickr page, and that shot was taken at a shutter speed of 1600. That’s pretty dang fast. Great pics otherwise though.

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