Motion is da’ werd of da’ week @
In photography we have a choice to stop motion or to show motion depending upon the shutter speed,
This week, share your photographs that have captured motion, and tell us the stories behind the images.
Capturing motion is a beautiful way to convey a story in a photograph, sometimes even more so than a photo of the same subject in a stationary pose. Some situations lend themselves to “action” photography; sports, dance, the wind gusting through trees on a stormy evening, but anything that can move is a candidate for these types of shots. Some people even capture the movement of our planet by photographing star trails!
Freezing movement in a photograph generally requires a fast shutter speed (a high number on your camera) and plenty of light, but virtually any conditions can yield interesting movement photographs. This tutorial has a very nice overview of the different strategies for photographing moving subjects, and may be a great source of inspiration.
So is a week for a few images here, of Motion or “stopping time” i guess..in one way er anotehr – Have a splendid week everyone – i gots a couple a cool pet challenge share shots this week also..till then is motion an emotions.
Spring cleaning an many projekts i have been in Motion a lot as of late….Take care werld an have a splendid week ! Q hopefully i can stop the motion an find da’ time to come by an see ya when i am not in motion
Q!Gonna end this with a little assortment of Motion shotZ
an a bita sno motion!
And when i go flying around here in da paraglider er da trike is fun to see da’ herdz of ELK on da’ move….
~~then when i arrive they decide to get in Motion! lol…
an outa here with a shot of geoff tate @ queensryche performance this past year!
Emotions stopped in time!
~ Geoff Tate stopped in motion! ~
go sumwhere do sumthin’ do sumpin dis’ week…
stay in motion an keep E Motions in cheque’ also !
peace out frum
ThanQ fer all da’ visits an comments! 99.9% pure da werdpress werld is , a very cool place to say the least! 🙂 Q