Of Liquid & Steel
Someone had asked me for long exposure photography tips. A lot of what I do has been through trial and error. Generally speaking, the 3 things I recommend are:
1. A sturdy tripod - Obvious but essential to keep your photos from going blurry
2. Shutter release cable - To allow for over 30 second exposures.
3. Turn off the anti-shake/stabilizer feature in the camera or lens - The stabilizer feature can sometimes throw the camera off when taking long exposures, causing the images to actually become blurry.

Of Liquid & Steel

Someone had asked me for long exposure photography tips. A lot of what I do has been through trial and error. Generally speaking, the 3 things I recommend are:

1. A sturdy tripod - Obvious but essential to keep your photos from going blurry

2. Shutter release cable - To allow for over 30 second exposures.

3. Turn off the anti-shake/stabilizer feature in the camera or lens - The stabilizer feature can sometimes throw the camera off when taking long exposures, causing the images to actually become blurry.