Left: a waterfall shot at a 200th of a second.
Below: the same scene at a 5th of a second (with me holding the camera veeeeery still). Although it runs the risk of being blurrier, sometimes that can be a good thing, especially if part of the scene blurs and other parts don't (e.g. blurry water looks really cool).
From here on, the place got a lot darker. However, if you hold the camera steady enough, sometimes the whole place looks a lot brighter than it actually is.
As well, I decided to use this to an advantage: as I said earlier, blurring some things while holding the camera still looks really cool.
|You'd be surprised how dark this actually was.|
|Kinda reminds me of 2001, actually.|