|Quoting Viv (Reply 1):|
A tripod and a long exposure.
|Quoting Gliderpilot08 (Reply 2):|
I know how to change the exposure and I also know that a long exposure will make the picture turn more white in the daytime, but how do you adjust you exposure time to work towards you benefit during the evening.
|Quoting Sovietjet (Reply 5):|
I have a question about this too. How do I get the light streaks AND the plane? I have a picture on here of a long exposure but that night I just couldn't get the plane itself.
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