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How to fix blurring from movement?

How to fix blurring from movement?
Fixation of movement in the frame is the thing, about which many photographers begin to thing only during shooting of sporting events or some others quickly moving objects. In sports photography an opportunity to emphasize the movement of participants is obvious - but in fact almost any kind of photography can benefit from focusing on the movement - even if the movement is very weak, slow and / or subtle.

The reason of blur occurrence from the movement in the frame is that the amount of time, when the shutter is open, is large enough for sensor to seeamp the motion of the object. In this case we even don’t speak about modern mobile phones with all the variety of programs, for example, for Android; we talk about photo cameras of good quality and high price.

So the first tip - choose a long shutter speed for shooting movement. If the exposure is short (for example, 1/4000 of a second), the camera will hardly discern any particular movement (unless the object moves very fast), and if you choose a longer shutter speed (for example, 5 seconds), you do not even need the object to move actively, you can still see the blur. And how long should be shutter? Of course, it depends on the speed of your object. Crawling snail and racing car will show you completely different results for the same exposure. Another significant factor in the determination of exposure is the amount of light on the shooting location.

Slow shutter speed will give more light to the camera; as a result we risk getting «departures» and overexposing the picture. There is no single answer to this question, because its value obviously varies depending on the speed of the subject, the level of blur you want to fix and extent of the subject. The key point here is to experiment (and for that digital camera is perfect, because you can make as many pictures as you want, and it does not cost you).
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