I was recently in Cambodia and wanted to take a photography that shows the lights of the passing cars. The picture in the tutorial has been taken in Phnom Penh, the capital of Cambodia.
Now the problem with this is that the longer your shutter is open, the more light it will hit the sensor to take the photo and the picture is getting too bright (Way too bright if you want to have it all done in one shoot!!!). I have adjusted the shutter speed and now I only have a half of a light trail in one picture. (That is not what I want either!!!)
So I have used Adobe Photoshop to overlay the pictures and I have started playing with all the blending options to create one final image. Basically I have taken multiple pictures using A Mode at my camera; the F-Stop was above 7.1.
In total I have only used 5 pictures to create the final image but I have taken many many more… For this, I have disabled the Bracketing Function on my Sony A7R.