Hello Contributors!

Welcome to the 421st edition of the Photocircle Best photos of the Day! These are some of the impressive photos that are scouted using the #photocircle tag.

Long exposure or Slow shutter is a style in photography that will produce a sharply capture for people/objects that are stationary while turning the moving people/objects to blur or smear as a result. In this category, we will curate for the images that are able to produce a beautiful, creative, & or amazing result using the long-exposure technique.


To begin, let me invite everyone to welcome the Best photos for today!


PC1
 

Photography by @gunnarheilmann


PC2
 

Photography by @florian-glechner


PC3
 

Photography by @mafufuma


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The new reward system for the winners will go this way:

All featured photos will earn Photocircle Upvote + 1 Steem worth of @tipu upvote!

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Before we end this post, we would like to take this opportunity to express our gratitude to the supporters / sponsors for the Daily photo contest rewards.

  • @mariusfebruary
    The Photocircle angel supporter who have delegated 10kSP to the @photocircle account to support the daily contributors. The SP delegation will algo speed-up the growth of the project and enhance the upvote rewards to the daily winners of the photography contests and for the future additions to the Photocircle program.

  • @vortac
    The lifeline of the Photocircle project, he was the very first supporter of the project that reinforce the daily contest with his generous upvotes. Aside from Photocircle, he is also a proud supporter of projects by the name of @curie, @steemstem and also an advocate of BOINC & Gridcoin.

  • @pfunk
    ”One of Steemit’s Top Witnesses and a awesome support to communities.” Also one of the reasons of the project’s sustenance through his upvotes to the daily contests and also to the participants of the curation program.

If you wish to approved @pfunk as your witness, you may do it from this link: https://steemit.com/~witnesses.


Stay tuned for the next edition!

With appreciation,
Photocircle team

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