Login
Signup as a Tutor

As a tutor you can connect with more than a million students and grow your network.

What Do You Mean By Long Exposure?

Sandeep Dattaraju
30/05/2017 0 0
Long exposure: Meaning exposing your camera's sensor to light for more than a second (slow-shutter speed), might go up to hours.
 
The main intention of this type of photography is:
 
1. To get good exposure in night time(usually) with low ISO
 
2. And sharply capture the stationary/still subjects while blurring the moving elements.
 
The above photo mainly consists of stationary subject, so it appears still in the picture. You can also see some traffic in the background which is moving, meaning blurred.
 
0 Dislike
Follow 0

Please Enter a comment

Submit

Other Lessons for You

Learn Food Photography
Food Photography points to ask yourself before taking a picture: Colour/black and white – depends on the purpose Horizontal / vertical – depends on display Angle of light –...

Jagdish Agarwal | 28 Mar

0 0
0
About Photography
Course Outline: The basics of Photography Cameras and Camera settings Natural light photography Artificial light photography Photo capture set up Picture Framing and composition Course Breakdown: Module...
Achieving "Out Of Focus Background" Or "Bokeh"
We often see candid photos from professional photographers with nice blurred background, separating subject from the background. It’s also called as "Bokeh". This technic is often used in Portraiture. The...

Sachin Sagane | 24 Jan

0 0
0
What F-Number Should I Shoot At?
We often wonder as what Aperture value I should set, while taking a photo. Here are some really quick tips to help you there. These are of course not hard rule as photography is art and everything here...

Sachin Sagane | 24 Jan

5 1
0
Basic Things About Photography
1. A great camera will not make a great photograph unless its operated by a great photographer. 2. Beginners are absolutely capable of making great photographs if they have passion. 3. Read your camera...

Looking for Photography Classes?

Find best Photography Classes in your locality on UrbanPro.

Do you offer Photography Classes?

Create Free Profile »
Sponsored

Find Best Photography Classes?

Find Now »