One thing I miss about my DSLR

Started Jun 29, 2013 | Discussions thread
007peter
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Slow Motion Capture with Slow Shutter-Speed to Blur Out Backdrop
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photo perzon wrote:

1/250, 1/500/ 1/800 and you will nail it

Sorry No. Fast Shutter-speed is good for Freezing Action with everything clear. The problem is when you FREEZe a motion, your subject is competely removed from any sense of motion.

His choosing of F10 @1/40 is an artistic choice. It is done on purpose to create a feeling of motion. For example, I shot this at just 1/8s to blur out the backdrop and create motion blur on purpose

I won 13th place in Compact Power: Panning

iso80 f2.8 1/8s

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