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Long exposures blur moving objects. Exposures of several seconds can create mysterious light streaks, misty oceans, gossamer cascades or smudges of pedestrians. With the camera in a fixed position, use an exposure of at least three seconds to show a lot of motion.
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Saturday, 18th September, 2010 (GMT)
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