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Motion Blur and Time Lapse Photography

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45 Beautiful Motion Blur Photos

 

How to Capture Motion Blur in Photography

 

12 Motion-Blur and Time-Lapse Photographers

Unlike freeze-frame photography that captures a tiny cross-section of a moment, time-lapse, long exposure and motion blur photography shows a series of moments.  They can be a few consecutive microseconds, moments spanning several years, or anywhere in between.  Rather than an ultra-fast shutter speed, time-lapse and motion blur photography use a very slow shutter speed or multiple images to convey time and/or movement.

 

12 Long-Exposure & Time-Lapse Photographers

Unlike a conventional snapshot, time-lapse and long-exposure photography capture a series of movements instead of just a frozen split-second.  Time lapse photos seem to tell a story, while long exposures create ghostly effects like transparent silhouettes, eerily still water and star trails. Here are 12 photographers who have used these techniques to create striking images that capture energy and action, even in the most serene of landscapes.

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