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10 Things You Should Know About Your New DSLR Camera
10 Things You Should Know About Your New DSLR Camera
The shutter speed refers to how fast your shutter is opening and closing. The longer it’s open, the more light you’re letting in. If you have a slower shutter, you can capture motion blur; with a faster shutter, you’ll freeze the motion.
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Showing the movement: motion blur photography
Showing the movement: motion blur photography
Motion Blur is a technique intended to capture the movement, instead of having it frozen. The most common way to understand what a motion blur picture is, is to think of a vehicle moving and impressing the sensor in a long exposure photo, and recording a blurred trail...
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10 Tips for taking Powerful Motion Blur Pictures
10 Tips for taking Powerful Motion Blur Pictures
There are two types of motion blur pictures. The first type is where you keep your surroundings static and bring out motion in the subject. The other type of blur is where you keep the subject mostly in focus and get a motion blur effect on the background. Here are a few quick pointers for taking some cool motion blur shots.
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Creating motion blur without special software
Creating motion blur without special software
A short tutorial describing a nice trick on how to create blur effects without relying on graphic editing software.
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