Considering motion blur


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Considering motion blur

As we shoot throughout the rest of this course, we're going to be constantly fighting the problem of motion blur. Most often it's the one factor that you will base all of your other exposure decisions around. Now, while you usually never want camera shake in an image, motion blur can be a different story. Sometimes letting a moving object in your scenes smear out to blurry creates a much more interesting, compelling, and dynamic image. In fact, sometimes you need motion blur for the viewer to be able to understand what the action in the scene is. So when you're facing a moving subject, one of your first decisions is the creative choice of whether or not the motion in the scene should be blurred or frozen, and this is true no matter what type of light you're shooting in.

In low light though, you'll encounter motion blur far more often, simply because dim lighting will force you to slower shutter speeds. In some cases, you won't be able to raise your shutter speed en...

Considering motion blur
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Considering motion blur provides you with in-depth training on Photography. Taught by Ben Long as part of the Foundations of Photography: Night and Low Light

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