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Here’s a trick I sometimes use when I want to add a little movement to an otherwise static subject… WHAT YOU NEED: *** A tripod *** Your camera *** A subject that’s lit up at night *** A telephoto (zoom) lens THE SET UP: First, it helps to put your camera on a tripod so you have a steady platform to work from. Next, make sure your shutter speed is at least one second; you can accomplish this by setting a high f-stop (like f16) or a low ISO (100), or a combination. After composing your shot, zoom your lens (in or out, whichever you prefer) while the camera is taking the picture (that is why the shutter speed needs to be long). With a little trial and error you will get some shots that are high on “wow” factor but low on the difficulty scale. This sample photograph depicts a neon sign of Route 66 in Gallup, New Mexico: Now you try. This simple trick really does make your photo stand out from the crowd. Christina Merchant, here in the Great Escape Publishing, told me she tried it out at our recent Photography Workshop in Paris and came away with this iconic shot: And, here’s another stunning example, taken by past workshop attendee Cheryl B.: [Editor’s Note: Learn more about how you can turn your pictures into cash in our free online newsletter The Right Way to Travel.  Sign up here today and we’ll send you a new report, Selling Photos for Cash: A Quick-Start Guide, completely FREE.]

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