Photography in Motion: Capturing Moving Subjects Free class

Arrogant Watcher, Make Music. Take Pictures. Rule the World.

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8 Videos (29m)
    • Introduction

    • Project Details

    • Motion Blur (Daytime)

    • Motion Blur (Nighttime)

    • Tracking Motion (Daytime)

    • Tracking Motion II (Daytime)

    • Tracking Motion Night

    • Lighttrails


About This Class

Brevard County, Florida based Photographer ArrogantWatcher showcases different techniques with using your camera’s shutter control. From tracking shots to light trails, this class will give you the settings to catch different types of movement to create different perspectives of motion

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This was good, and it was helpful but man whoever was filming? Please tell that person to use a steadicam or tripod next time! The camera shake was a little much
Scott Thigpen

UI/UX Designer for ProctorU





Arrogant Watcher

Make Music. Take Pictures. Rule the World.

ArrogantWatcher was born Kadeem Cobham in Springfield, MA February 11, 1991. Ever since his younger days he always had the niche to create. His imagination was superior than anyone would have believed; writing books, poems, drawings etc as young as 11 years old. Art has been the biggest part of his life and has become progressive when he was in high school. Watcher began making music on FL Studio in the Summer of '07 when he moved to Palm Bay, FL. Music created an outlet for from influences such as Bob Marley, Beres Hammond, Wu Tang, Marvin Gaye, even Sting.

Photography became a huge staple when he bought his first camera, a Nikon D5100, after shotting with the iPhone 4S for a year prior. Watcher was eager to learn and build my style after being influenced by a wide range of Instagram photographers. It went from being a hobby to creating a new vision on the things, events, people, and places around him. He creates his style based on building his eye to see the world as his studio; encouraging himself to find minimalism as the focal point as well as using the "dirty soap" technique (dark, dirty yet clean shots) with locations and portraits

Watcher's visual passion has grown with work for London Black Productions, Miami Money, Parker Brothers Concepts and more. He continues to grow and create ArrogantWatcher has a staple in the scene of street art and music