Unhinged (by Stephen Gwaltney)

Once again this image is simplistic at first, but once context is given is still portrays a powerful message. The colour tones in this image help to bring the mood down and soften the lighting, rather than lowering the saturation levels post production.

Love the use of shutter speed. Almost looks like a painting. Beautiful colours.

Bangkok Traffic by mark burban (snapmole) © . now this one you got to love, fantastic colorful long exposure light trails .

Still versus motion blur creates sense of speed

motion combo: Shutterspead: 60 (bc the motion is the train in the background it's definitely not frozen) Aperture: (bc the background is not very clear it's blurred, bc it's in motion!

Check out - 25 Great Examples of Motion Blur Photography

Motion Example: I chose this one because I like how you can see how the sugar falls off the strawberry.

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In this image, the blur of people moving around in the crowd makes it look interesting, but it is also focusing on particular people who are standing, walking, moving in what looks like a busy area. A slow shutter speed is used in this image.

Photographier au stroboscope - VirusPhoto, apprendre la photo ensemble

I chose this because I like how the black background makes the cards and the persons hand pop. This picture also could show the personality of the model.

Magnificent Mirror Symmetry Long Exposures of Nighttime Japan - My Modern Metropolis

Magnificent Mirror Symmetry Long Exposures of Nighttime Japan

Magnificent Mirror Symmetry Long Exposures of Nighttime Japan by photographer Shinichi Higashi with his series Graffiti of Speed/Mirror Symmetry - My Modern Metropolis

Principles of Photography- Shutter Speed (Controlling Motion)

Principles of Photography- Shutter Speed (Controlling Motion

Philadelphia 471 by Michael Penn Street   Photography - This is a great image…

Philadelphia 471 by Michael Penn Street Photography - This is a great image because of the contrast between the dangling phone and the blurred people in the background. It seems ironic that the phone is still and not swinging while the rest of the image i

Bokeh photography: Manually focus everything so the lights in the background are  out of focus, and the subject (if there is one) is in focus. Also keep a small depth-of-field with a small aperture so the background is easily blurred (Av on the top options)

Bokeh photography: Manually focus everything so the lights in the background are out of focus, and the subject (if there is one) is in focus. Also keep a small depth-of-field with a small aperture so the background is easily blurred (motion blur)

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