Motion


 

 

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Freeze Motion Images

Fran Gonzalaz-motion

Blur Motion Images

runningdog

Pan Motion Images

Your Assignment:

Shoot well composed images of Freeze, Pan and Blur Motion

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

Your best 5 of Freeze

Your best 5 of Pan

Your best 5 of Blur

Each of these motion photos must have it’s own album (Freeze, Pan, Blur)

Put them in a Google Photos album and  then turn into Canvas.

 

You may edit these photos or not before you turn them in to this album.

 

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