Here is the picture that I took with the class as we went outside to experiment on motion blur. I had some trouble figuring out how to get the motion around the truck to blur, but then I asked Brother Miller and he showed me that I had my shutter speed at 1/125 instead of 1/25, so I fixed that and I got this awesome picture! I like how this picture has a lot of lead room and you can tell the truck is moving fast. Edits: + Exposure + Vibrance.
The Deathly Hallows! A fun example showing motion blur using Harry Potter! I love Harry Potter and so does my husband, and so when I asked him what shape he wanted to draw with the flashlight, he knew exactly what to do. This picture took some adjusting with my camera to get it just right (slowing/speeding up the shutter speed, adjusting the ISO, etc). It was fun to take this picture with my husbands help and I love how it turned out! Edits: + Exposure + Vibrance.
Here is an example of freeze motion. I tried to be creative and hopefully do something that everybody sees, but doesn’t think to capture. So I poured honey onto a piece of bread. It took a couple tries to get the lighting and focus just right (that’s why there is so much honey on the bread!) but I think it turned out great! I love that the honey is so shiny and reflective. Edits: + Brightness + Contrast + Exposure + Vibrance.
And lastly, here is my second example of freeze motion. I simple poured water onto an apple in a metal bowl. I tried a lot of different scenarios to get what I wanted for this one. I ended up using a metal bowl because I thought the reflections would be cool and make the picture more interesting. There wasn’t that big defined splash that I was hoping for, but I think the picture still turned out good! I love how vibrant the apple looks in this image. Edits: + Contrast + Brightness + Exposure + Vibrance.