Long exposure photography is a means of “slowing down” shutter speed giving you a time lapsed image effect. Long exposure photography typically requires a tripod due to the length of exposure time.
Below are images that were taken with a long exposure technique. Some were taken at night and some were taken during the day. For daytime long exposure effects, one will require a lens filter that darkens the shot – allowing you to expose the image longer.
For further information on long exposure techniques, please refer to an article I wrote here: https://torontopics.me/2016/09/15/long-exposure-photography/