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Blacking out the room and adjusting shutter speed

Blacking out the room and adjusting shutter speed: Location Photography: From Research to Post-Production
Blacking out the room and adjusting shutter speed: Location Photography: From Research to Post-Production

When working with lights that are attached to your subject, like bicycle lights, what are some techniques to make the lines that these lights make stand out in a photograph? In this video, author Joe McNally discusses how to adjust your shutter speed and make the ambient light of your location dimmer so you can get those light streaks.

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