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Long Exposure Photography to capture Emotive Photos

One of the biggest challenges we face as nature photographers is to be able to capture mood and feeling from a particular location. We see the motion of the water and smell the damp earth and hear the leaves rustle in the breeze. While we haven’t figured out “smell-o-photo” just yet, long exposure photography can be a very effective way to tell a story from a location.

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    Long Exposure Photography to capture Emotive Photos

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