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Using slow shutter speeds to create movement

How to use slow shutter speeds. As humans we are designed to always be moving, whether it’s a twitch or a flat out sprint our bodies never stop. Recently I’ve been re-discovering the art of capturing movement with my camera. To be honest it’s not really that easy – but, when you get the settings right there are some subtle and seductive qualities that are hard to beat. Shooting with movement definitely adds interest and can help describe the scene far more than a razor sharp image ever could. There’s a few tips and ideas that seem to work for me:Slow shutter speed setting: Typically anything under 1/30th sec will start to add movementAnything under 1/30th sec will typically require a tripod.Look…
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