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How to Take Photos with the Zoom Blur Effect [Includes Printable Cheat Sheet]

How to Take Photos with the Zoom Blur Effect [Includes Printable Cheat Sheet]
I was walking around London recently with my camera and I got a bit bored, as I had been wandering by the same part of the city a thousand times, waiting for inspiration. To make it more fun I thought I would try experimenting with long shutter speeds. All of a sudden things got interesting and before I knew it a few hours had passed by. Here is an article on how to do slow shutter zoom photography. Photography, like many things in life, is easy once you know how. Here is my 6-point guide to creating these impressive effects (there is also a cheat sheet at the bottom of the post that you can print and take with you as a reminder of how to do it). 1. The main principle to taking these types of shots is really quite simple. 2. Although the secret to creating these types of photographs is to have a slow shutter speed, this will only work well in dim lighting and on overcast days. 3. 4. 5. Sometimes you might want to go manual to get the shots you want. 6.

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