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our project 52 week 5: Motion and Shutter Speed

our project 52 week 5 motion


Taken with Canon 6D and Tamron 28-75mm f/2.8 Lens

Settings( for all 3 photos) Aperture f/11 Shutter Speed: 1/1000 ISO: 6400

Taking jump shots are fun. I wont tell you the amount of times I jumped to get these shots for this post. Just be assured that CDub was giving me the crazy side eye for being outside in the cold jumping around LOL.

Tip of the week: To capture motion, like I did here, I knew I would need a high shutter speed. High Shutter speeds help you to freeze motion. Remember: The higher the number, the faster the shutter will open and close and the more focus you will have. On the opposite end, the lower the number, the slower the shutter will open and close and the more blur you will have.

Also, my ISO is quite high here only because since it was such a cloudy/overcast day, I needed more light to keep my shutter speed up AND my aperture up.

I can’t wait to see your motion photos this week! Everyone is so creative!

Head over to Mimi to see what she is doing this week!

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Our theme next week is EYES

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Sunday 8th of February 2015

Look at you jumping for joy! Love these shots. No parts of me can jump more than a few inches right now. LOL. You are seriously a camera master.


Thursday 5th of February 2015

Great advice!

Mimi - MimiCuteLips

Thursday 5th of February 2015

You are so good, your motion pictures are so crisp and clear. I love the last one with the hair in your face.

LLS @ your family thinking you look crazy outside jumping around. hahaha Tell them it was worth it because you totally got some great shots.


Thursday 5th of February 2015

Great jump shot! I'm still trying to figure out have to change my shutter speed on my camera for action shots.

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Thursday 5th of February 2015

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