Shutter Speed, ISO, Aperture ... To be comfortable shooting manual you will need to know what your necessary adjustments are. Though these settings are all numeric, there isn’t some insane math equation that you need to do to find out what to dial them into. You need to play with those number’s prior to each session, within your session surroundings, to get a good understanding. I usually set up about 10 mins prior to a photo shoot to adjust my camera, I even use my husband as my test…
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Resting the camera on the dashboard of the car to keep it relatively stable would be a good approach. Then it's just the car's movement and the cars outside that will create the blur and not camera shake. This will have to be experimental as far as shutter speeds and exposure are concerned. Obviously night time would work best if I am going to record light streaks. The camera pointing at back seat and kids with blur outside?