When we learn how to use shutter speed, we can control the effect of motion in our photos…
…in other words, we can freeze it for a sharp action shot without unwanted blur, or we can deliberately capture motion to convey movement in a way that is pleasing to the eye.
The challenge for this lesson is a lot of fun, and always one of our most loved. The brief is to take two shots of a moving subject – one with a slow shutter speed to convey movement, and one with a fast shutter speed to freeze motion.
Check out some of the fantastic images from the lesson album!
Dinithi Ranatunga, Current Enthusiast Student
Ashlee Barry, Current Enthusiast Student
Nicole Fee, Current Enthusiast Student
Kate Dean, Current Enthusiast Student
Amy Jo Jacobson Fairfield, Current Enthusiast Student
As always, we’re also sharing some of our favourite images taken over the last week by our talented graduates.
If you’re shooting in manual mode, you’ve mastered the basics… but you’re ready to take level up your photography skills, our Advanced Photography Course is for you!
Annick Bidiville, Advanced Graduate
Anna McLaughlin, Graduate
Rebekah Taylor Pittman, Graduate
Kellee Kromarek Hann, Graduate
Clare McKay, Graduate
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