slow shutter speed photography
Make sure you have a sturdy tripod that’s securely fastened to your car. The last thing you want to do is look back to find your camera lying on the road in pieces. Also remember to use a slow shutter speed if you’re going for the blurred effect like in this photo. The slower the shutter speed, the more blur you’ll get.
PANNING Rush Hour Rush by Dreycat A woman rushes to get to work during Tokyo morning rush hour. Tip. The key to getting a shot like this is to use panning, where the camera is set to a low shutter speed and you track the movement of the person with your camera. You’ll often need a few attempts to get a good shot