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Title: Capturing Motion Blur: 6 Tips


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Capturing motion blur 6 tips
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Introduction
Capturing movement in photographs is something
that most photographers think of while
photographing a fast moving object or a sport
such as (motor racing, football, skiing etc.). In
this presentation, well discuss a few ways
through which you can do that effectively and
easily. Take a peek.
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Low shutter speed
Selecting a low shutter speed is the key to
incorporating the effects of a movement in your
photographs. If your shutter speed is fast, your
cameras not going to detect much movement. Thus,
it would fail to incorporate the same in your
photographs. So low shutter speeds recommended.
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Fix your camera
There are only 2 ways to incorporate the effect
of movement in your photographs. Either make your
subjects move or make your camera move. But if
you do both at the same time, the effect wont
materialize. So if your subjects moving at a
decent speed, fix your camera to almost zero
movement and take the photograph. Thats going to
work for sure.
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Decrease your ISO
This is purely a technique that acts as a form of
compensation for the extra light (if theres too
much light around) thats going to come in as a
result of your low shutter speed (slide 3). A
higher ISO makes your camera more sensitive to
light and a lower ISO does the opposite. So
always choose a lower ISO setting at the start
and youll be able to choose longer shutter
speeds at ease.
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Use shutter priority mode
A shutter priority mode is one that ensures that
your photograph is well-exposed even under low
shutter speed setting. Its a very handy mode to
play with especially if you are new to
photography and are uncomfortable with manual
settings.
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Utilize a neutral density filter
If theres too much light around, consider using
a neutral density filter to cut down the amount
of light passing through your lens. In laymans
words, its like placing some sort of a sunglass
on your camera. This tactic works like a charm
indeed and can definitely compensate for your low
shutter speed.
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Slow sync flash
This is another decent technique of incorporating
the effects of motion in your photographs. A slow
sync flash combines the effect of a longer
shutter speed with that of a flash to ensure that
the elements in the shot are frozen on the spot
while others look a bit blurry. This is one
technique thats preferred by most beginners of
this subject because of its simplicity.
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