Keep on moving. Progress grows out of motions.To put it simply, motion photography is the art of capturing fast movements. A tiny blur of the activity in our shot aids in the telling of a story. The pictures become less static and more unpredictable as a result of the storytelling element.Another reason that movement sticks out is that it creates a mood. The use of blur to highlight movement helps to focus on that movement. Blurring everything but the main subject, removes all distractions and brings the photograph into sharp focus.
Rhythmic: My good mood is sponsored by coffee.
Luscious: Time to be hydrated.
Existence : Most of life is gray with a little bit of black and white. .
Splash photography is a method that can help our portfolio look more professional. Yes, patience and skill are required, but even the most basic splash photos may be accomplished with just our camera, fast movements and some diffusion material.A shutter speed of 1/1000 of a second or faster will effectively freeze a tiny water droplet in the air, but for larger water splashes, a slightly slower shutter speed of 1/250 works well. However, if we plan to use a controllable light source, we might want to consider using manual mode. More abstract pictures and various forms can be found in the ink splash. These images are full of delicious gimmicks. Beautiful visuals can be seen when additional colors are being used. This is a trick that we can perform at home. We need only one aquarium, some fabric colors, two droppers and a tripod.
Pigmentum : Life is an art. Live it in colors..
Saturn : Far away, to an infinite world..
Aquatic waves : Take a leap of faith and create a splash in life.
We can turn our camera into a high-speed capturing gadget to take unbelievable photos. We need something like a pin or a needle to pop the balloons full of water. First, we have to tie the pin to a long wire so we can burst it from afar.This chapter “Fidgeting Venture” is related to motion. In this chapter, we can see different types of splash and motion pictures. We can do anything with simple things like water and fabric colors. Even a common balloon can give us unique pictures.
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