The magic of long exposure helps to convey the strength of the movement. The shutter speed is a very useful tool. Learning to work with it, you can get stunning images. Experience shows that subjects taken at a long exposure look more interesting and attractive to the viewer.
Here is the fireworks at long exposure times.
The milky Way on a long exposure looks like fancy geometric fractals.
Trail in the sky that left a plane taking off.
The bright lights of amusement Park rides.
The landing of the helicopter.
Tram in Budapest, on which is mounted 50 thousand led bulbs.
Passenger train speeds on the backdrop of the Canadian mountains.
The flight of the midges under a street lamp for a long exposure.
The glow of lights on a long exposure.
To make this frame, the author has set the exposure aperture for 3 minutes. No Firefly in that jar when you create the photos was not injured.
The backlight on the keyboard, taken with the change of the focal length in the process of exposure with a zoom pull.
Picture taken at 10-minute exposure: the robot-vacuum cleaner hitched a flickering flashlight, while he cleaned the living room.
The flight of fireflies in a Japanese forest.
Smooth running of the escalator on aging in a few minutes.
Ferris wheel long exposure like stained glass.
Flying snowboarder on long exposure to the Board, the attached LEDs.
A procession of the faithful with lighted candles in the Cathedral of Salisbury.
Another robot vacuum that is equipped with a led that changes color.
Mountain highway on a long exposure.
Taking off fireworks.
On a long exposure of lava in the lamp is similar to the distant galaxy contained in the vessel.
Here is a bright crowd of runners at the marathon, taken on a long exposure.
The waterfall threw glow in the dark sticks.