About this activity
How can movement be captured in photography? Or, on the other hand, how can you freeze the action of a scene?
His book « China: photographic narrative in the Middle Kingdom » is published with Les Editions Cayennes
His photos were published in National Geographic, Inspired Eye magazine and in numerous magazines and websites. He likes to travel and always looking for new challenges. He now lives and teaches in Beijing. China.
Managing the exposure time – or the shutter speed – of the camera is the answer to these two questions and is, just like the depth of field, a key parameter in photography.
This parameter allows the light to hit the digital sensor for a defined amount of time, which will freeze or blur a movement.
In this case, you will have once again a wide array of creative possibilities: blur or freeze the action, get a filé (a moving subject is frozen in a blurry surrounding).
This workshop will teach you how to:
- Use the “S” and “Tv” shooting modes
- Make filés of moving subjects
- Freeze the movement of a subject
- Use blur to suggest movement and bring dynamism to your pictures