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Use a slow shutter speed for creatively blurred shots

Added on Tuesday 15th of March 2011 10:34 am EST



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You often read about the benefits of using a tripod and high-shutter speeds to reduce image blur by decreasing subject and camera motion. This is great advice for when you want sharp images, but for those times when you want to add some creativity into your shots, take your camera off your tripod, slow down your shutter speed, and go with the flow for a groovy blur. A blurred subject not only provides a feeling of motion, but it adds a sense of impressionism as well, as shown in Figure A.





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