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Shutter photography

Discover Pinterest’s 10 best ideas and inspiration for Shutter photography. Get inspired and try out new things.
This is a great image because of the contrast between the dangling phone and the blurred people in the background.

Black and white photography is one of the most favorites among artistic souls. No matter if it is a portrait or scenery, the black and white simplicity delivers the very essence of the captured moment. Let your artistic eye wanders through the black and white world, abstracted from the various…

Slow Shutter Panning - How To Guide – Vagabond Photographic

These images are a series of ocean and wave panning photographs. I love these kinds of shots because you can create a painterly effect and convey a sense of motion. I have always enjoyed photographing the ocean but this technique provides creative opportunities to portray one of my favourite subjects in a different way. When I've posted these kinds of ocean abstract images on Instagram I generally get quite a few queries regarding the technique and the settings I use. So I thought I would…

How to Freeze Motion in Your Photos Like a Pro - Your Photography Mentor - David Molnar

There are few things more frustrating than reviewing your photos after a shoot… and finding that most of them turned out blurry.Has that happened to you?You might blame yourself for not having your subject in focus. Or think there’s something wrong with your camera.But likely there is another culprit to blame.When you get unintentional blur in a photo, most times it is because your shutter speed was too slow to freeze motion in your image.Unless of course you're actually trying to allow…

Unhinged | Stephen Gwaltney on Flickr

Mind and body are different. The body and outside of the picture is calm, balanced and steady, the head in the center (inside) of the image is 'unhinged'. What does this image mean to you, what does it inspire you think? A picture is worth a thousand words, therefore it must be worth a thousand thoughts. Not bad for a first try, I'm trying to learn how to do the "crazy" or "insomnia" type picture. Anyone have any tips they can give to help me out??