25 Funny Things Spotted in the Background + Photography techniques, tips
I wish I could be as calm and peaceful in dangerous situations as this woman to the left.
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Using a long exposure to photograph a landscape will cause any moving elements to be recorded as motion blur. Waterfalls, waves and trees on windy days will all add interesting movement to landscape photos if you use a shutter speed of several seconds to photograph them. Getting a slow enough exposure usually requires a small aperture, low ISO and low light. However, you can also achieve this in bright daylight by attaching a Neutral Density filter to the lens. ND filters come in a range of strengths, each blocking the amount of light that enters the lens by a different amount.