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When I attempt to produce an image with a slow shutter speed, the image appears overexposed, especially during the day or in a lit up room. Is it possible to set the light exposure manually?

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When I attempt to produce an image with a slow shutter speed, the image appears overexposed, especially during the day or in a lit up room.
If you're shooting in bright conditions, a slow shutter speed will require a small aperture. If the required aperture is smaller than what your camera is capable of, the photo will be over-exposed.

Photographers who want slow shutter speeds in bright light (eg for getting motion blur on waterfalls) tend to use neutral density filters a fair bit.

Is it possible to set the light exposure manually?
That depends on the camera.
 
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