Long exposure photography has really become popular, but the movement and motion that comes with long exposures brings all new problems to our final image. For example, what if something happens to be moving during your long exposure? Here's a great tip for you to get the best of both worlds by keeping the parts of the photo you want still and sharp while allowing other parts of the photo to blur from the longer exposure times.
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