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The way that the head is blurry shows that the picture was taken when the person was in motion.  It adds the idea of movement to a still picture.

The way that the head is blurry shows that the picture was taken when the person was in motion. It adds the idea of movement to a still picture.

slow shutter photography.....one of the few amazing things a digital camera can do better than flim

Slow shutter speed photography

A strong example of how a slow shutter speed can look when your subjects are still and people are moving around them. More great examples of slow shutter speed in a crown on this website.

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A strong example of how a slow shutter speed can look when your subjects are still and people are moving around them. More great examples of slow shutter speed in a crown on this website.

Frozen in time - requires flash, tripod and plenty of willing extras (people naturally avoid walking past a camera set-up)

Frozen in time - requires flash, tripod and plenty of willing extras (people naturally avoid walking past a camera set-up)

Blurring can be used to create the illusion of motion. Here the motion that the dancer took is clear due to the blurring from one poison to the next.

Blurring can be used to create the illusion of motion. Here the motion that the dancer took is clear due to the blurring from one poison to the next.

É difícil perder-se. É tão difícil que provavelmente arrumarei depressa um modo de me achar, mesmo que achar-me seja de novo a mentira de que vivo

É difícil perder-se. É tão difícil que provavelmente arrumarei depressa um modo de me achar, mesmo que achar-me seja de novo a mentira de que vivo

Slow shutter speed with side window lighting. Maybe 6 sec... 3 sec facing the camera 3 sec looking out the window gives the "2 faces" effect. Subjects body remains very still.

Slow shutter speed with side window lighting. Maybe 6 sec... 3 sec facing the camera 3 sec looking out the window gives the "2 faces" effect. Subjects body remains very still.

David Orias - Waves   “‘The bold colors and painterly feel in many of my wave photographs are mostly the result of early morning light, camera motion and slow shutter speed exposures, in contrast to the more typical front-lit photos and fast shutter speeds seen in many surfing photographs.’

David Orias - Waves “‘The bold colors and painterly feel in many of my wave photographs are mostly the result of early morning light, camera motion and slow shutter speed exposures, in contrast to the more typical front-lit photos and fast shutter speeds seen in many surfing photographs.’

If thee needs Anything and cannot Find it, Just come to me and I'll tell thee How to get along Without it.  ~Etta May, Quaker via ECUMENICUS

If thee needs Anything and cannot Find it, Just come to me and I'll tell thee How to get along Without it. ~Etta May, Quaker via ECUMENICUS