Tip of the Day: Stop Action or Creative Blurs

 

While shooting moving objects, you can use a fast shutterspeed like 1/500sec to freeze the motion—almost as if you have stopped time. On the other hand, a slow shutterspeed like 1/8sec will cause a motion blur, making it seem as if time has not stopped, but is passing by.

Photograph/Steve Ford Elliott

Photograph/Steve Ford Elliott

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