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How to Get Incredible Light Trails in Your Photos

Light trails happen when a bright light moves through a long exposure image. You see them most often in nighttime street scenes. All the cars are reduced to streaks of red and white light. But how do you capture them properly? While they are easy to photograph, you do have to set your camera up correctly and think about the shot. Let’s take a look at how to take photos with incredible light trails.
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