Thursday, January 8, 2015

15 Interesting Long Exposure Analogue Photos of 2014

Long-exposure photography or time-exposure photography involves using a long-duration shutter speed to sharply capture the stationary elements of images while blurring, smearing, or obscuring the moving elements. The paths of moving light sources become clearly visible.

This method is easiest to accomplish in low-light conditions, and often used in a night-time setting. It can also blur moving water, or show the trails of stars.

Hereunder are some interesting analogue photos of long exposure photography in 2014 chosen from Flickr.

Seventy-7 by maxxsmart

How Low Can it Go at the Golden Gate Bridge by RZ68

following in the steps of the stars by manyfires

Day 77: Long Exposures on Ektar by mike dillon

Shifen waterfall by Jimmy Tsang

Kilauea by ThePetor

James H. Miller, Jr. Electric Generating Plant by Colton Davie by Raimis T.

Kennedy's Star Trail by Jonas Linge

Park City, Utah by WestonKruse

Night Sky with F3. 3 minute exposure. The brightest star is Jupiter in upper left corner. You could see the ORION constellation as 3 stars in straight line in upper right corner. Sirius is the second brightest star in the lower right corner. by Khoa D.D

at de time of rain by Tunguska RdM

Pinhole shot by Novemberkind by Novemberkind

Untitled by kimbell

Albion Falls #2 by azhukau

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