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Quiz – Clemson Brown

Motion blur is caused when an object is captured during movement. In other terms, it is the sequence of moving frames. In order to capture motion blur, you need to have a slow shutter speed for camera stability   2. … Continue reading

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#1:This is the example of motion blur. To shoot a motion blur photo, we need to set up a slow shutter speed such as 1/30 to 1/100 while the object is fast moving.And if we close to the object, it … Continue reading

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Final Quiz

1. The shutter speed setting affects the way we capture motion. Motion blur is when the subject is in motion and when captured on camera there appears streaks of color/light or the subject becomes almost nonexistent. This can be done … Continue reading

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Final Quiz

1. We can capture the motion blur By decreasing the camera shutter speed, use a smaller aperture, use the shutter priority mode, reduce the ISO setting and stabilize the camera. However, since I didn’t use a camera to capture the … Continue reading

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1. for motion blur, i took this picture from inside the car while it was moving but i had to stay very still in order for my picture to not be distorted and also so that i can capture the … Continue reading

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1) I set the Camera at 0″5 to get catch a nice smooth motion and also a special effect on the object where the object looks transparent. To get the shot, i rolled the object from left to right while … Continue reading

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Bryan Rodriguez Quiz

1. For this motion blur, I used a toy car to create a motion of speed. To capture this, I had to stay as still as possible, so that the only blur seen was that of the moving car. Other … Continue reading

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Quiz Manuel Razuri

1. The factors that control motion blur in photography are the decrease of shutter speed, smaller aperture, reducing ISO setting, lighting, and finally camera stability. Above all else the most important factor for capturing motion blur is shutter speed for … Continue reading

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1.  This is an example of an image motion blur. In photography it’s the purposeful streaking or blurring of an object in motion in a photo for visual effect. The technique is beautiful when capturing movement in a still image. … Continue reading

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Quiz Dominique J

1. For this photo, I took a scarf and put it in front of the fan to create motion blur. In order to capture  this, I had to remain as still as possible so that the only blur seen is … Continue reading

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