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  1. David Liu

    if i have a remote then would it be better to shoot long exposures with BULB?

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  2. Dan the Loner

    We're visiting the Niagara Falls in a few weeks – gotta learn this.

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  3. Chasoom Bosai

    I just loved it. just lovedddd you. you're such a good looking too Josh.

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  4. frankbluth

    Loved this tutorial and your positivity brother, 'preciate the knowledge.

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  5. Kyle Jericho

    Hey I have questiond. On your own opinion or base on your experience How do you deal with online image theft or photo theft? and is it advisable to put a watermark on your photos. I'm just curious bro. Can you make a video about it.

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  6. Kelly L

    Instead of setting a timer, If my camera is on a tripod and I enable touch shutter… could that also be a good option for eliminating camera shake?

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  7. Trev Schell

    The ONLY question I have is do you need a special lens for this or is a 18-55mm decent enough? Just got a Nikon d3100 and I'm catching on quick with manual mode but I suck ass when it comes to knowing what lenses to use, please help this noobie out haha

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  8. Charles Allen

    can't wait to try it out soon. thanks for the tutorial. will tag ya soon! appreciate the clear and intuitive video

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  9. Connie Arevalo

    100% agree with TyRCelto… Very nice.. clear and concise…Now lets do some images in TimesSquare!!

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  10. Michael Brouillard

    4:47 backing away like your camera is going to explode πŸ˜‚ Awesome video though bro, helped me out a ton

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  11. Joseph's Travel Life

    can you do this with a Canon EOS Rebel T6 DSLR Camera and a Cannon G7X Mark II?

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  12. Ramin Hashemi

    Boy you are good but too fast! πŸ™‚ enjoyed the information yet, you could have been more clear about the aperture. Thanks

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  13. Sun Water Flowz

    Nice is it possible for long exposure for a music video you how they show the land exposure scene s in alot 93 movie is that possible with dslr or even point shoot camera?

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  14. Dilip Adhikari

    love it man!!
    plz give me ur fb and instagram link . i will follow u !!

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  15. Emerald Scott

    Now I understand Long Exposure. Thanks for your easy explanation!

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  16. Mehdi Jafarzadeh

    Can anyone teach me how to get 140 second exposure please? My camera only goes up to 30 seconds, but i know that oyu can get up to 140 sec, not sure how? Appreciated in advance

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  17. Fifteen Wintergreen

    Awesome tutorial man!! Will you be doing a similar tutorial on Astro photography?? If not then would you mind sharing a few tips like the ideal ISO and stuff like that, I'm a newbie :p

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