motion shots

I chose this picture because of the perspective it was taken from, my partner was on the ground and I was elevated, its also a good example of a blurred motion shot.


I like this picture because it was candid. The subject had just landed his flip and you can feel the force in that moment. It’s a good example of frozen motion.

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One Response to motion shots

  1. rmichals says:

    Both of these photos show frozen motion. The first is a little underexposed but the hair is not blurry and is flying out in an interesting way.

    It was great that you and Kanaya asked those guys if you could photograph them. Be bold and the world ill reward you.

    a shutter speed to freeze motion might be 1/500 or 1/1000 of a second-very fast.

    A longer shutter speed will allow the motion to blur in the image so say 1/4 or even 1 second will allow the moving subject to create a streak in the image.

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