Slow Shutter Speed

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  1. khushi2004

    khushi2004 TPF Noob!

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    WHile using SLow shutter speed like 1/15 to get moving subject what are the things i hv to becareful to get as moving motion of subject (eg running man)

    I have tried some shots and print, but could not see any blurred on picture, i can get picture same as fast shutter speed, do i hv to take picture from very close to subject, do my background effects?
    Please give me some suggestion!
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    Khushi2004
     
  2. markc

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    If something is actually moving with any kind of speed in the frame, you should be getting blur at 1/15. You will see more the close you are, but unless you are quite a distance back, you should see at least some. Can you post an example?
     
  3. Big Mike

    Big Mike I am Big, I am Mike Staff Member Supporting Member

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    Are you using a flash? A flash will freeze the movement of the subject.
     

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