[Photo Tips] Long Exposure Tutorial: Learn to Capture Silky Smooth Motion Shots via -In this photo it shows long exposure. the long exposure makes the water look like it is smooth even when it falls off the rocks.
Extremely long exposure: Photographer Lincoln Harrison endures shoots in the wintry Australian outback to snare stunning images of star trails in the night sky. - I love these, they remind me of Aboriginal dot paintings but on the night sky
Japanese photographer Shinichi Maruyama has an interesting series of photos simply titled, “Nude.” Each image shows an abstract flesh-colored shape that’s created by a nude subject dancing in front of the camera.
This collage of firespinning shows the creative power of a long exposure. With the shutter open, the camera is able to capture the complete movement of the firespinner, giving this feeling of flow and simplicity to the image.
According to My Modern Met, photographer Lincoln Harrison creates these mind-blowing shots of startrails exploding in the night by using long exposures combined with a creative zoom technique, and then layering two images together in post-production