Long exposure is a photographic method in which you use a filter on your camera to lengthen the time of your exposure – usually up to several minutes in length. The result is a photo similar to the one above. I’d dabbled in this before, but I decided to learn from the master and took a weekend class with Flickr’s very own Vulture Labs. And suffice to say, I learned a TON.
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