Focus

Freeze and Blur

To try and get down shutter speed, I’ve done this project playing with motion blur and time freeze.

At higher shutter speeds, time can seem to freeze. I wanted to capture situations where freezing time would give a different perspective on things.

This first shot is a drop of Mio water flavoring into a dish of clear water, inside.  More dynamic lighting would have helped, but this was interesting nonetheless.

Water Drop
“Drop of Flavor” | 1/23/17 | Inside my home | 1/500 | F5.6 | ISO 6400 | Sony a6300

 

This next one is a shot of a teddy bear being thrown in the air in my front yard.

Airborne Teddy
“Airborne Teddy” | 1/23/17 | Outside, in my yard  | 1/1000 | F3.5 | ISO 100 | Sony a6300

 

Moving onto blur, I found that pictures of objects blurring seemed kinda boring to me, so I played around with panning and zooming.

This first one has the camera on a tripod and I’m manually zooming out while taking the picture of my desk.

Focus
“Focus” | 1/23/17 | Inside my office | 1/25 | F3.5 | ISO 400 | Sony a6300

 

The next one is a shot of my wife leaving to a meeting. I think the white snow adds a nice effect to this one.

Mom's Car
“Moms Car” | 1/23/17 | My street in Rexburg Idaho | 1/8 | F22 | ISO 100 | Sony a6300

 

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