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A slow shutter speed lets you capture a wide variety of creative shots. While long exposure may be necessary in low light situations, it can also be used creatively in situations where there is sufficient available light – to capture motion blur of a moving subject, for example.
This post is a collection of photographs that make great use of long exposure in different situations. We hope that they inspire you to give slow shutter speed a try and capture great images of your own.
If long exposure photography interests you, and you want to learn how to create magical long exposure shots, do take a look at Kent DuFault's guide to long exposure photography. But for now, let's see what you can do with long exposures! Do give these ideas a try.