The secret to conquering motion and defeating blur when you don't need it is simple. Determine if there are moving objects and what general speed they are going at. For example, are you creating a photograph of a person talking on the phone at the corner of a busy intersection, with people walking, cars, and shops all creating multiple (dimensional) planes of motion. Or, daisy's sitting in a forrest with no wind at all. In both cases you have a critical decision involved in determining how you technically execute your pre-visualized concept. Take images exactly the way you want and never suffer from unwanted blur with this blog post!
Your most IMPORTANT DECISION with SHUTTER SPEED is:
Stoping Motion or Showing Motion.
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