Please post your photos for assignment #9, Motion Blur, in this thread. Remember to give us the EXIF information from your camera. Happy Shooting!!!
I was able to get out today with the camera. I didn't want to use the dogs yet because of Abby's activity restrictions. Hope this works.
Canon Rebel XT
SS - 1/250
ISO - 100
Focal length - 135mm
Lens used - Canon EF 28-135mm 3.5-5.6 IS
I had my grandson roll the basketball across our deck. I'll keep trying to get a better picture.
Focal Length 70
I ventured out to the mill race in the city park intending to shoot the water, but as I shot the water, more opportunities came running (literally) into my picture. ;D I got 3 (totally candid) shots of this little guy from a bridge about 100 yards away. I chose this one because of it the range of motion in it. I didn't like the composition with him in the center, but his form is better.If I could have, I would have eliminated the branches. As it was, I knelt on the bridge and peered through an opening in the rail. I did use a tripod and leveled it, but apparently I didn't adjust the camera. However, it captures the blur thing, so I'm content-ish. Can you tell I'm a perfectionist? :P
SS - 1/15
ISO - 200
Focal length - 220mm
Lens used - Canon Zoom Lens EF 75-300mm 1:4-56 III
Edited to fix dumb typos. I hate the touchpad on this laptop
I picked this because you can see a "double head"
really wasn't quite sure of the assignment
Linda and Zoë, the Umlaut
I discovered I had to turn the lights on in order to get the fan blades to blurr. I'm still going to try and get some better shots.
Taken in auto mode using my Nikon P&S camera
Pat from S.E. Pa
Abby - CGC
Jack - OCP (official couch potato)
Tennis Ball using 'panning' motion blur.
Fujifilm finepix E550 (P&S Camera)
Shutter Speed mode
This is my dog. His name is Tucker. And we live in Ontario, Canada, eh! <br /><br />