Posts Tagged blurring

Panning Blur & Capturing Motion – Photography Basics

Today’s topic is one of the easier concepts to understand but one of the hardest to get just right.  Thanks to digital photography though, there is plenty of room to play and practice with this one. Panning Blur as a means to capture motion Panning blur is simply lowering your Shutter Speed to the point… Read More

Panning Blurrrrrr – Weekend Experiment #4

This is one weekend experiment where it might be helpful to actually own a bunny. But barring a bunny, you can use any moving object. If you have kids they will have an assignment today and will be your test pilots! Pets, cars, speedboat attempting to elude James Bond…use what moving object you may have at… Read More

Understanding Shutter Speed – Photography Basics

Now that you know how your camera, any camera, works, let’s get into the nitty gritty of the The Exposure Triangle. Shutter Speed NOTE: Even if you don’t have a physical shutter in your camera (smartphone, action camera, drone and mirrorless owners), this information is vital for taking great photos. Shutter Speed affects blur. Get… Read More