Exploring Shutter Speed: Tools for Adding Movement to Your Photography Premium class

Cameron Dantley

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6 Videos (24m)
    • Introduction

      2:05
    • Light Trails and Long Exposures

      3:15
    • Panning

      1:57
    • Slow Shutter Portraits

      3:39
    • Editing

      13:00
    • Final Thoughts

      0:24

About This Class

For this class and project, I'd like for you to go out and and capture motion in the three ways we'll cover. We're going to discuss techniques for capturing light trails, panning, and executing slow shutter portraits. This is a hands on class where you're expected to think outside the box, try something different, be creative, and have fun!  

38 of 42 students recommendSee All

unique ways to look at photography. explains a nice mix of technical and feel.
great overview into workflows. 'Experiment, Experiment, Experiment!'
This class was short and sweet, but offered great content to a beginner street photographer like myself.
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My name is Cameron Dantley and I'm a photographer based out in Chicago, Illinois. I've always had an interest in photography since I was a child, but decited to put that interest into action within the last three years. I began with just shooting and editing with my iPhone and then decided I wanted to learn how to use an actual camera. So I grabbed the Canon T2i my parents weren't using and started taking pictures of everything in sight. I started researching and practicing as much as I could. Now, I've pretty much focused in on two to three specific areas, Street, Cityscape, and Music or concert photography. I feel that this is an art form that will challenge you, frustrate you, push you beyond your comfort zone, all while giving you so much happiness and fulfilment. Feel free to follow my Instagram and Tumblr under the name Cameronmichael8.