Appura Pai Uses Long-Exposure Photography While on the Subway

By: Emily Evans - Published: • References: flickr & mymodernmet
While many people sit dormant and essentially useless on the subway without any cell phone or laptop reception -- few like Appura Pai pass their transit time more productively. In fact, Appura Pai represents the epitome of productivity with his long-exposure photography while riding the newly opened Yurikamome Transit Line in Japan.

Appura Pai chose to take these captures from the front of the transit cart in order to get the very best view for his long-exposure shots. A look through the work of this photographer will have you wanting to upgrade your ghetto cams.

Implications - The use of long-exposure can be a cool, futuristic technique that companies can utilize in order to instantly give their products a high-tech aura. Furthermore, long-exposure photography can be some of the most eye-catching captures that better ensure consumers take a second look at your product displays.

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