Step One: Take a traditional night shot and pay very close attention to the timing of your digital camera's aperture click of the shutter.
Step Two: Just before the shutter clicks shut, make a tiny serpentine movement with your camera to squiggle the lights.
Step Three: Repeat steps one and two until you get something interesting that you like. Discard the rest and post those puppys on your blog. Shall show you how you can blend it in with other images this afternoon using Photoshop. Yes. You now have homework (LOL). Don't own Photoshop? Go to the Adobe.com website and download a free 30 day trial so you can play with me.
Class is in session. :-)
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