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Shutter speed

Adding life to images through shutter speed.

 

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The above walking shots are examples of how shutter speed can blur people. The closer the movement is to the camera, the more blur there will be. 

Static buildings (of course) with people moving across the frame. You can see there is more movement in the people closer to frame than further away, as well as people moving across the frame rather than to/away from the camera. 

Static buildings (of course) with people moving across the frame. You can see there is more movement in the people closer to frame than further away, as well as people moving across the frame rather than to/away from the camera. 

More blur in subjects closer to camera than further away from camera. 

More blur in subjects closer to camera than further away from camera. 

Pan and slow shutter. Move with your subject to keep them in focus and sharper and add blur around them. 

Pan and slow shutter. Move with your subject to keep them in focus and sharper and add blur around them. 

By slowing the shutter and using a flash, the couple retains some sharpness but the background has movement from the pan and slow shutter.

By slowing the shutter and using a flash, the couple retains some sharpness but the background has movement from the pan and slow shutter.

Slow shutter with flash
Great for dancing, to add emotion and life, while retaining sharpness in people. Nice blur surrounding them and fast moving parts of the body. Much more visually appealing than freezing people in time. It will also give you some light in the background so you can see where they are.

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