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Same concept, different subject 3

In a previous post titled Same concept, different subject, I mentioned about using Shutter Priority mode to photograph different things, namely fire and water. In another post – … 38 more words

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Same concept, different subject 2

In a previous post titled Same concept, different subject, I mentioned about using Shutter Priority mode to photograph different things, namely fire and water. 16 more words

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Same concept, different subject

One of the most common things that we try using the Shutter Priority mode on the DSLR is either to ‘freeze’ an action or to ‘slow down’ an action. 44 more words

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Exercise 3.2

Start by doing your own research into some of the artists discussed above.

Then, using slow shutter speeds, the multiple function, or another technique inspired by the examples above, try to record the trace of movement within the frame. 569 more words

Express Your Vision

Exercise 3.1

Using fast shutter speeds, try to isolate a frozen moment of time in a moving subject. Depending on the available light you may have to select a high ISO to avoid visible blur in the photograph. 357 more words

Express Your Vision

AtoZ Challenge: M - Manual Mode

Manual Mode

This is for the ones who want total control over the photo. You get to control your shutter speed, aperture and ISO. Based on the need, you can tweak whatever settings you need and you have complete set of settings right at your fingertips. 99 more words

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Shooting a Panorama from a Moving Vehicle

I’ve always wanted to take a shot or two from the Carter Langston Bridge which connects Swansboro, North Carolina to Emerald Isle on the Bogue Banks in southeastern North Carolina but I seldom, if ever,  have anyone with me on the trip from the farm;  and driving across a long bridge that takes you some 200 feet in the air requires both hands on the wheel.   364 more words