Amateur Photographer

Long-exposure problems fixed

Source:   This picture was taken on a Nikon D610, 16-35mm, 30sec at f/16, ISO 100  

One of the most exciting aspects of photography is its ability to capture the world in a way that’s far beyond the capabilities of human perception. It can freeze ultrafast movement to suspend a subject in time and space. At the other end of the scale, exposure time can be drawn out for seconds, minutes and even hours to capture movement in some of the most

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