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Seconding the motion

The subject of this month’s Readers Photo Challenge assignment was “Motion.” Motion can be a tricky thing in photos. Often people will think their pictures are out of focus but in reality they’re blurry because of the movement of the subjects and the use of too slow of a shutter speed. The results are similar […]

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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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Readers Photo Challenge: Putting things in motion

  The latest Readers Photo Challenge assignment is: Motion. I have a friend who’s always complaining that he can’t get a good action shot of his daughter playing on her high school volleyball and basketball teams. Conveying movement in a photo can be problematic for those not practiced in shooting it. There are two main […]

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