Photography in Motion: Capturing Moving Subjects

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8 Lessons (29m)
    • 1. Introduction

      1:36
    • 2. Project Details

      1:57
    • 3. Motion Blur (Daytime)

      3:48
    • 4. Motion Blur (Nighttime)

      3:32
    • 5. Tracking Motion (Daytime)

      6:45
    • 6. Tracking Motion II (Daytime)

      2:51
    • 7. Tracking Motion Night

      3:51
    • 8. Lighttrails

      4:25

Project Description

Catchin' Moves

ASSIGNMENT

 

Go out and capture movement in your surroundings in day & night. You may capture movement of either an object such as a passing car, train etc. or person in both motion blur and tracking motion. Adjust your shutter and settings accordingly and experiment to find the amount of motion you want to capture. In the description of your project, I also want you to share your settings on the shots provided: shutter speed, aperture and ISO. Remember to have fun with these techniques for I’m eager to see how you guys capture motion! Also, you may use any camera you feel can do justice with the project (DSLR, film, even iPhone)

 

DELIVERABLE

 

Upload your best 5 shots to your project. It will consist of :

  • 2 tracking motion shots in both day and night (or any lowlight setting)
  • 2 blur shots  both day and nighttime (or in any lowlight setting)
  • 1 long exposure shot (capture light trails or star trails)

 

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