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▼ (Ultra) long exposure photography

Difficulty level: ☻☻☻☻☺ | Posted: 23 OCtober 2020 | Last updated: 4 February 2021 | Available in: 🇬🇧/🇺🇸

Hollands Diep (Moerdijk, NL)

At the border between the Dutch provinces of Brabant and South Holland flows the river Hollands Diep. At the town of Moerdijk It's spanned by 3 bridges: The A16 highway on the left and two railroadbridges on the right.

Ultra Long Exposure (ULE) photography is the discipline of working with very long shutter speeds. It can be practiced at every hour of the day (night and day), each with its own difficulties and challenges.

Of course every photographer who's interested in taking these kind of photos is most welcome to read this article, but it's however not primarily targeted at beginners, so keep that in mind when you dive into it.

It might appear a bit technical too so in order to understand it completely, you have to know your way around your camera and its settings and you have to be familiar with the professional jargon to a certain degree. For your own reading convenience you're strongly adviced to also have knowledge of shooting mainly in M (full manual mode, Auto-ISO is tolerated) and in RAW.

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