Motion Darkroom


 

 

 

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Freeze Motion Images

Fran Gonzalaz-motion

Blur Motion Images

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Pan Motion Images

Your Assignment:

Shoot well composed images of Freeze Motion on one roll of film

Shoot well composed images of  Pan and Blur Motion on one roll of film

 

Compositional Focus:

Think about how you use positive and negative space – avoid mergers

Shoot at the proper shutter speed for each:

Freeze: 1/500 or faster

Pan and Blur 1/60

Number of Images:

Two contact sheets and two prints

You will turn in all darkroom motion contact sheets and prints into the tray in the classroom with one rubric for each print. 

You will be turning in your two best motion prints (it could be any combo: just your two best motion images)

 

 

Here is a video of the lecture on shutter speed:

Here are the slides of the lecture on shutter speed:

Shutter Speed intro

Here is a video of the lecture on Freeze Motion:

Here are the slides for the lecture on freeze motion:

Freeze Motion overview

Here is a handout that describes how to shoot freeze motion effectively:

Motion Photography Hanodout – freeze

Here is a video of the lecture on how to shoot pan and blur motion:

Here are the slides for the lecture on Pan and Blur Motion:

Pan and Blur Overview

Here is a handout that explains how to shoot Pan and Blur Motion effectively:

Motion Photography Handout – Blur and Pan

Here is a video tutorial that explains how to shoot Freeze, Blur and Pan Motion on a cell phone camera (this demonstration is using the Moment App):

Here is a video tutorial that explains how to shoot Freeze, Blur and Pan Motion on a DSLR (Canon Rebel):

Here are some videos made by Adorama about the shutter speed:

 

Video on Freezing Motion and Blurring Motion

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Video on Panning Motion