By setting a long camera exposure, usually between the 20 and 30 seconds, light that moves in dark environments become trails in the image.
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A long exposure of Signal Hill, taken from Lions Head in Cape Town, South Africa.
A high dynamic range panorama of Table Mountain taken from Lions Head in Cape Town, South Africa.
Cais das Pedras at night in Porto, Portugal.
A departing car from the Living Desert Sculptures hill leaves a trail of light in western New South Wales, Australia.
Traffic leaving trails at the Sea Cliff Bridge in Australia.
The view over the Western Express Hwy from the Westin in Mumbai, India.
A long exposure reveals a large spectrum of colours illuminating the Sydney skyline from Kirribili, Australia.
A high dynamic range from the upper entrance of the Opera House during the Vivid light festival in Sydney, Australia.
A ferry passes undertneath the Harbour Bridge in Sydney, Australia.
A temporary light pergola lights up part of a walkway during Vivid in Sydney, Australia.
The view from Cuiping village near Putao, Yangshuo, China.
Traffic leaving a trail amongst the rapeseed fields in Lao Ping, China.
A boat passes along the Huangpu Rivier in Shanghai, China.
A bus passes the Tower Bridge in London, England.
A long exposure of the 55m "Big Wheel" located on the Place de la Concordein in Paris in France. It had been spinning since 1993. However, it closed down in 2018.
Cars in motion around the Arc de Triomphe in Paris, France.
The Arc de Triomphe in Paris, France.
Section 4 of Xinyi Road, taken from Taipei 101, at night.
A long exposure of the Thong Lo BTS station in Bangkok, Thailand.
A motorbike passes the Thu Bồn river in Hội An, Vietnam
The view over Marina Bay in Singapore from a place called Level 33 on the 33rd floor on my 33rd birthday.
While panning and tilting the camera at the end of a long exposure, light from the harbour bridge can be made to flow over the Opera House in Sydney, Australia.
Zooming the lens while shooting at 2 sec exposure at these members of the terracotta army. They were temporarily exhibited in the Hickson Road Reserve.
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