Rhiannon Hall
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Amazing use of slow shutter speed by capturing cars distinctive lights, winding down roads. This image is also taken from a perfect angle to reveal a distorted, life like shape.

Amazing use of slow shutter speed by capturing cars distinctive lights, winding down roads. This image is also taken from a perfect angle to reveal a distorted, life like shape.

A Primer on Long Exposures by Lynne Eodice | In contrast to using fast shutter speeds to freeze action, using long exposures is a very creative means to convey motion in a photograph. A blurred image can be a very impressionistic rendition of movement, giving the viewer a sense of sensation. This will cover blurred motion, panning, zooming your lens during an exposure & capturing streaks of light from traffic at night. Experiment with these simple techniques, & have fun getting dramatic…

A Primer on Long Exposures by Lynne Eodice | In contrast to using fast shutter speeds to freeze action, using long exposures is a very creative means to convey motion in a photograph. A blurred image can be a very impressionistic rendition of movement, giving the viewer a sense of sensation. This will cover blurred motion, panning, zooming your lens during an exposure & capturing streaks of light from traffic at night. Experiment with these simple techniques, & have fun getting dramatic…

I have highlighted this image because I like how the image is simple yet effective at demonstrating how light can be used in photography. This image was created with a high exposure setting which would more light in the image such as the trail, The trail would've been created by a person walking along with a torch held above the ground.

I have highlighted this image because I like how the image is simple yet effective at demonstrating how light can be used in photography. This image was created with a high exposure setting which would more light in the image such as the trail, The trail would've been created by a person walking along with a torch held above the ground.

Resting the camera on the dashboard of the car to keep it relatively stable would be a good approach. Then it's just the car's movement and the cars outside that will create the blur and not camera shake. This will have to be experimental as far as shutter speeds and exposure are concerned. Obviously night time would work best if I am going to record light streaks. The camera pointing at back seat and kids with blur outside?

Resting the camera on the dashboard of the car to keep it relatively stable would be a good approach. Then it's just the car's movement and the cars outside that will create the blur and not camera shake. This will have to be experimental as far as shutter speeds and exposure are concerned. Obviously night time would work best if I am going to record light streaks. The camera pointing at back seat and kids with blur outside?