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'Dancing Ghosts' Video Is Haunting Ode To Long Exposure Photography

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When photographer Micaël Reynaud decided to capture long-exposure images, slowing his camera's shutter speed to two seconds and then sequencing the images into a real-time video, the result was haunting. Hence the title of this piece, "Dancing Ghosts."

If you're interested in the details, Reynaud told PetaPixel that he shot with a Sony NEX mirrorless camera with a wide open lens, and limited the amount of light using two natural filters and one infrared filter.

Let us know your thoughts on the spooky work in the comments.

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