25 Examples of Long Exposure Nature Photography

Long Exposure Photography is something that can take your breath away. This technique is quite complicated, but it allows you to create unique photographs that literally fascinated. This mode allows you to hold the shutter open for a longer period of time. The image on display until the shutter button is held down, which lets you capture even the poorly lighted objects. This style of shooting creates a light path of the moving lights, representing the world as it is impossible to see with the naked eye. Here are 25 Examples of Long Exposure Nature Photography to get you inspired. Related articles about photography:- Motion Blur Photography  , 30 Awesome Examples Of Reflective Photography , 30+ Extreme Bokeh Photography Collections

An October’s Morning Glow

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long exposure night

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Cockenzie Rocks Long Exposure


Mortimer Bay

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Misty Plymouth Sound

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Un lac silencieux

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Indigo Worlds

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Davenport Pier Long Exposure

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Newcastle South Beach Long Exposure

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Midtown Long Exposure Pano

Brighton Beach sunset long exposure

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Gullane Beach- Long exposure effect

Oban Bay

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Long Exposure Sunset

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Spring Sunset


Experimentation With Light – Long Exposure

Long Exposure in Arnia

Long Exposure

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Nohaval Cove Long Exposure

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The 333 sec exposure

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