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Slow shutter speed photography

Discover Pinterest’s 10 best ideas and inspiration for Slow shutter speed photography. Get inspired and try out new things.
The amazing and scary thing that is sign language

My small daughter and I were on an overnight flight to Beijing to meet my wife. There were two deaf women in the seat behind us, signing to each other. It fascinated my daughter, who poked her head…

Single Serving: Jones – Deep | Turntable Kitchen

London-based artist Jones made her Internet debut this week with “Deep,” a stunning pop song with beautiful production. To say it’s been received well is an understatement. Plus, she’s already relatively plugged in—she’s been working with producer Rodaigh McDonald of XL Recordings and Jai Paul’s brother Anup. “Deep” is like a glass of Chardonnay: It’s Continue...

45 Beautiful Examples Of Motion Blur Photography — Smashing Magazine

Photos taken with a camera do not represent a single moment of time. Due to technological constraints these shots stand for some scene over a brief period of time. This time frame depends on the camera's shutter speed. In motion blur, any object moving with respect to the camera will look blurred or smeared along the direction of relative motion.

"Subway" by David R. Prasser

In Street View Photography's Top 10 : Slow Shutter Speed, we are presenting you with the great examples of slow shutter shots from our community, Read more

Stunning Demonstrations of Light Painting. Could be used for an article on modern art and science.

Light painting is the process of using long camera exposures to create stunning lighting effects.By having a camera's shutter open for extended periods of time, often well over a minute, trails of light can be drawn with LEDs, flashlights, or even sparklers.Light painting, also known as light drawing or light graffiti, can produce some truly stunning results but don't be fooled, it isn't as simple as just waving a little light in front of a lens.