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Long exposure photography fascinates by its ability to create special effects from movement. The results are often more dynamically looking pictures than those where action was frozen by extremely short shutter times. Let's see your photos taken with exposure times of 1 sec and longer. There are another rules; please read carefully before entering your work!
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Thursday, 12th April, 2012 (GMT)
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