Top 1000 Exposure Pictures

Fading Startrails

I can’t say how OP did it as there are several ways, but the easiest I’ve found is averaging the exposures sequentially, e.g. the first and second exposure averaged together, then the result averaged with the third, then the result averaged with the fourth,

Ladybower reservoir overflow drain, UK

I was only getting driven through by my dad to get from Manchester to Huddersfield, just started university, however over the Christmas holidays I fully intend to go on some walks and visit a few of the villages, looked idyllic as we went past.

120 sec exposure at Windansea Beach, California

It looks so peaceful there, but those surge channels scare the shit out of me when I see them! I hopped over a couple (smaller ones) on the West Coast Trail last summer and was like *pleasedontdiepleasedontdiepleasedontdie* Some of the larger ones I’d see

Cape Woolamai Milky Way

EXIF data says an exposure time of 30 seconds at a focal length of 18mm on a fullframe body (D800E). A decent rule of thumb for not getting star trails is to divide 600 (I’ve heard 500, as well) by your focal length and

Long Exposure at the Playground

Most likely a manfroto Magic arm great for affixing optical devices http://www.bhphotovideo.com/bnh/controller/home?O=&sku=553830&gclid=Cj0KEQiA1NWnBRDchObfnYrbo78BEiQA-2jqBZ0w4xYJYwXs98efdODPNdNXsbHoYRSdoUpsltkflLUaAq408P8HAQ&Q=&is=REG&A=details Edit for spelling and link!

Ghosts of the Metro

Used an old Contax IIIa Rangefinder camera that used to by grandpas. It has a nice Zeiss Sonnar 50mm 1.5 lens. No tripod. I just rested the camera on bench there and held the button down for X seconds based on a handheld spot

A bridge in France. Photo by Mirko Fikentscher.

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I love my hometown

It’s odd. I see so many things on this site showing the beautiful side of Iran, the anecdotal stories of both Iranians and Israelis saying they don’t hate each other, the anecdotal stories of Iranians saying that Iranians don’t hate Americans in general, once

Broad Street in Philadelphia

You probably already know this, but if you use a flash at the beginning of a long exposure you can “freeze” your subject, which would have prevented the slight loss of sharpness from his micromovements during the shot.

First time trying steel wool, I don’t think I did too bad

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Firework chillies

…That’s what racking focus means. You just did in a single exposure rather than it’s usual use during film/video shooting.

She is not even wet. Origin unknown, 900×601

[Here](http://alfa-romeo.deviantart.com/art/Whitecaps-270162678) is the original author page, and a larger size. This exposure isn’t that hard to achieve you just need to be at or slower than 1/6th a second shutter speed. This isn’t photoshopped; and was pretty easy to find using the Google image
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