ith insane images and brilliant effects, these photos look like they're straight out of photoshop. But they're created through a process called long-exposure photography, which captures the passing of time in a totally mesmerizing way.
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This photo captures a cathedral in a completely new way.
Also known as slow-shutter photography, long exposure works by utilizing a long-duration shutter speed.
This looks straight out of a fairytale.
The slow shutter method allows the camera to clearly capture stationary objects while blurring moving objects.
This Christmas tree looks seriously out-of-this-world.
Most epic Christmas EVER.
The spirit of the holiday season is TOTALLY in your face in this shot.
Let’s hope they grabbed those glow sticks out of the water after they got this shot.
I’m guessing magically glowing liquid isn’t great for the environment.
This photography method is also great for inducing nightmares.
That may be the most evil-looking Jack-O-Lantern ever created.
I’m pretty sure that “fog” is actually evil spirits.