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Relative motion

Capturing motion is different depending on where subject is and how it’s moving relative to the camera. If a runner is moving from one side of the frame to the other (left to right or right to left), he/she will look like they’re going faster than if they’re coming towards or away from the camera […]

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Life’s a blur

Early in photography’s heyday several notable photographers got together to form a sort of creative photographic consortium. Ansel Adams, Alfred Eisenstadt and Imogene Cunningham, among others, called their gathering of photographic geniuses Group 64. The number represented the smallest aperture opening possible at the time — f/64 — which represented the greatest depth of field, […]

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