Long Exposure Photography
Long Exposure Photography is something that can take your breath away when you get it right. Time Exposure Photography App make it easy.
Time Exposure Photography App using lot's of video frames to sharply capture the stationary elements of images while blurring, smearing, or obscuring the moving elements.
When a scene includes both stationary and moving subjects (for example, a fixed street and moving cars or a camera within a car showing a fixed dashboard and moving scenery), a slow shutter speed can cause interesting effects, such as light trails.
Long exposures are easiest to accomplish in low-light conditions, but can be done in Time Exposure Photography App.
By exposing an image for an extended period of time, not only can detail be seen in the dark areas of the scene, but the lights become streaks. Long-exposure photography is often used in a night-time setting in order to produce a near daytime effect in the photo. By leaving the camera's shutter open for an extended period of time, more light is absorbed, creating a brighter product. If the camera is stationary for the entire period of time that the shutter is open, a very vibrant and clear photograph can be produced.
In this technique, a scene is kept very dark and the photographer or an assistant takes a light source°™it can be small penlight°™and moves it about in patterns. The light source can be turned off between strokes. Often, stationary objects in the scene are illuminated by briefly turning on studio lights, by one or more flashes from a strobe light, or by increasing the aperture.
Water and long exposure
Long exposures can blur moving water so it has mist-like qualities while keeping stationary objects like land and structures sharp.
Step 1: Click [Load Video] button to select a night video from Photo Library or click [Record Video] button to take new video
Step 2: Reset start and stop positions to trim video with top thumbs bar
Step 3:Click [Choose] button to start auto merge process.
1:Recommend video length 5-600s
2:Automatic Video Stabilization
- June 07, 2014 Initial release