Dragging the Shutter. Wedding receptions are notoriously dimly lit places that make use of a flash a must. In this shot, I wanted to balance the ambient light from the stage with my flash to create more depth to the image. X, EF II.
13 Photography Skills for People Who Don't Have Expensive Cameras
In this photograph, blurred outlines and fast shapes are represented. The cards are stopped in air as if frozen in time. This photo captures the movement that was happening in real life when this shot was taken
Cool Youth Sunday picture idea - How To Make Sparkler Messages: *Use a tripod *Set camera mode to M (manual) *Set f/stop to *Set shutter speed to seconds) or slower (make the shutter speed faster for more defined words) *Set white balance to Tungsten
This technique is called "zoom burst." You take a long exposure and zoom in or out while the shutter is still open. With just a little practice and experimentation, it's a really easy effect to achieve.
This would be a great way to bring a little rustic to otherwise bland builder-grade windows - diy indoor shutters, diy, window treatments, windows, woodworking projects. More butt hinges attach the panels to the window frame