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One of the things that makes long exposure photography so striking is how it has the power completely alter your viewer’s whole perception of a place. With a long exposure, you are dealing with an extended passage of time, compressed down into a single image. It’s a form of photography that is very far removed from making images of the world we experience in day-to-day life. You can use it to create images that play with our perception of reality. Images can be more surreal, more dream-like.

Long exposure is also a great way to make your shot immediately say “This photograph is not a snapshot.” It gives your work a gravitas that commands attention. It can also bring out the best in you as a photographer because it forces you to take your time and think about every detail of your shot.

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