45 Astonishing Examples of Long Exposure Photography

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Today we bring you an enticing article about long exposure photography. Long exposure photography is a technique in which a camera’s shutter is left open to expose over a longer period of time (be it 8 seconds or 8 hours). It is quite famous, trendy and somewhat difficult form of photography that allows you to witness things from a different perspective and lets you experience time in a different fashion. It enlightens your imagination to see beyond the face of an image, and to see what it can become.

So, without a further ado, here we present a list of 45 of the dazzling and unbelievable long exposure photographs that will take your breath away. We are quite sure that you will love this post whether you are a photographer or just a long exposure photography fan.

Long Exposure Photos

Annual photo

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Fire and water

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Long Exposure of Fireworks

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S-Bend (ii)

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Flame Wall

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Niagara Falls

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Tower Bridge

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Amusement Ride

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Pigeon Point Lighthouse

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Long Exposure at La Ronde – 16

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Light drawing during insomnia

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Star trails

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Light From Within

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Long Exposure at La Ronde – 1

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KFOG KABOOM in the Fog

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Hats of ice

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From East to West; New Brighton, The Wirral

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My Son and I

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Time to choose the right colours..

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Disney – Illimunations – Reflections of Earth (1) (Explored)

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Disney – A Ride On The TTA at Night (Explored)

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Persistence

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In Car Entertainment in Dubai – long exposure

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Energy – Film Long Exposure

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L’echelle

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Monasterio de Piedra Spain

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Hashier28

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Center of the world

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Knapp’s Castle, Electrified

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Golden Trafalgar

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Loose Voltage

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Platform Holly, Goleta, CA

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Long Exposure Embers2

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Glow Poi, The Big Rock at Hendry’s

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Sparkling Shore

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Forever Dreaming

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Interaction

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Whirling around and around

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Grande roue sous la verrière du Grand Palais – Paris

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Tower bridge wide

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How long is my exposure?

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Long exposure test II

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Hyperdriiiiiiiiive

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Teacups

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Neon Dichotomy

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De Haan 1 – Long Exposure

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106 comments

    1. If you did one “last night,” then why is the date for the Flickr URL show as having been taken on “April 7, 2010.”

      Quite trying to derail the post to shamelessly plug your own photo.

      1. I sometimes don’t set the time on my camera so that could be why. Definitely taken by the guy, check out his style of photography on his flickr “pro” (being paid for) account

      2. WOW, you guys! Jordan posted in June and assumed Piyanisll did too. She realized after busting him out that he actually posted on April 8, so the time stamp on the photo of April 7 was “last night” when HE posted, not when SHE posted. When she realized the mistake, she owned up to it.

      3. fits perfectly for the “long time exposure” topic though don’t you think? puts the perspective of time in a new light. though she was modest enough to claim the fault right after (AND keep it up), you all still flock at the chance to ridicule her long after it happened. all while never commenting on the base topic to begin with… tsk tsk

  1. Stunning photography! A great compilation, thanks for taking the time to put it together. The s-bend one works very well; but they are all amazing.

  2. After seeing all these beautiful shots I can’t wait to experiment more with long exposure shots! They get the creative juices flowing, thanks :)

  3. Awesome! They are really great pictures. Well done. I love take picts with this technic too but with people each time.

  4. I MUST buy myself a SLR after seeing all these!!!
    I’m hellot hungry now!!!

    Thanks a zillion for these pics!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  5. Love the moving water shots – gotta get out my camera and try this! Will use Gimp (free with Ubuntu) to touch the shots up – I’m on disability pension and cannot afford Photo shop or Microsoft for that matter – Tip: save $ Use Ubuntu, older computer, and Gimp for your digital photos!

  6. How would one submit their own image for consideration on this list? I just did a long exposure photo of the space shuttle discovery taking off which made Flickr’s Explore page.

  7. These photos are absolutely beautiful…I can’t even believe it.

    Thank you so much for sharing this for the worl

  8. Wow! Thanks for using one of my photos! I really appreciate it, and I am so impressed by the collection put together here!

    Really great work! I’m honored to be in the same list.

    Josh

  9. GORGEOUS WORK–my personal fav is the bridge with
    thr fireworks in the fogg! Wonderful. Makes me want
    to get a cable release…

  10. Truly striking photography, fine examples of the technique. Thank you for the collection. I am troubled by one thing, the lack of photographer credits. Yes, you did link the image name to the photographer so it is available but would it have been so difficult to credit each photographer under the title of the image? Just a thought.

  11. Wonderful pics, I’m inspired to try my hand at this myself!

    I especially like the dreamy, pastel-like quality of the daytime outdoor shots. I wonder if this is due solely to the long-exposure technique, or if a special filter was used?

  12. What I don’t understand is how you people can keep reproducing copyrighted images on your site — especially without giving credit to the copyright holders. You are just spreading the fallacy that anything on the Web is free for the taking.

  13. This is the most amazing thing I have ever seen as far as Photography goes. I can say that with almost 100% certainty.

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