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Capturing Motion With an SLR
Which shutter speed will
create the desired effect?
A shutter speed such as 500 will freeze motion
As you start to
 move toward
   the lower
shutter speeds
the subject will
    begin to
     BLUR
Now…
 How do we blur the background
while keeping the subject frozen?
We do this with a technique called
           PANNING.
PANNING
      Is when the
photographer follows the
subject with the camera
  and snaps the shot
This MUST be done in one fluid
          motion.
This means that you
do not stop following
  the subject until
 after you take the
        shot
REMEMBER
Motion is a result of
  using a slower
  shutter speed
For a pan shot
  Use a slower
  shutter speed
Such as 1/60 Sec.
In
Review
Freeze Motion
THE BLUR
The Pan
Now get out
 there and
  shoot!!!
The pan must also
 be done with one
   of your slower
  shutter speeds.
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  1. 1. Capturing Motion With an SLR
  2. 2. Which shutter speed will create the desired effect?
  3. 3. A shutter speed such as 500 will freeze motion
  4. 4. As you start to move toward the lower shutter speeds the subject will begin to BLUR
  5. 5. Now… How do we blur the background while keeping the subject frozen?
  6. 6. We do this with a technique called PANNING.
  7. 7. PANNING Is when the photographer follows the subject with the camera and snaps the shot
  8. 8. This MUST be done in one fluid motion.
  9. 9. This means that you do not stop following the subject until after you take the shot
  10. 10. REMEMBER Motion is a result of using a slower shutter speed
  11. 11. For a pan shot Use a slower shutter speed Such as 1/60 Sec.
  12. 12. In Review
  13. 13. Freeze Motion
  14. 14. THE BLUR
  15. 15. The Pan
  16. 16. Now get out there and shoot!!!
  17. 17. The pan must also be done with one of your slower shutter speeds.

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