Blur Motion Study
I used this week to experiment with shutter speed and blur. At what point does motion change from sharp, to blur, to motion. These are the six transitional shots.
NOTE: You can only do shots like this in full manual mode which means you have to learn how to manage your shutter speed, aperture, ISO, and lighting/flashes. Here a great article that will give you a head start!
UNDERSTANDING THE EXPOSURE TRIANGLE: https://www.pixpa.com/blog/exposure-triangle
We are capturing motion again this week, creative Framers. Though instead of being fast and freezing the action, we are taking things slow this week. So slow actually that we will create intentional blur.There are several ways to create blur in a photo but it usually involves some type of movement. Either that of your subject or the movement of your camera or zoom lens. It is easy to create a blurry photo but it may not be so easy to create a good photo with blur. Give yourself extra time to experiment with various camera settings, types of movement, background choices, types of blur, and of course your STORY. Photos are often judged by their focus and level sharpness, so we are totally going off-script this week by capturing the beauty of an unfocused world!