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CAMBODIA by KRISS on 29 january 2017

The way to create motion blur is fairly easy.
Take a lens that’s at least 50mm long, longer lenses work better.
Shoot something in movement at an inferior speed to the length of the lens and you will create motion blur ! For instance, I was equipped with an 85mm lens and shot my motion blur tuk tuks at 1/60, 1/50 and 1/40 sec.
Ideally if you shoot with a tripod or a monopod you will get a lot sharper images but I couldn’t carry one so these are handheld images so pretty blurry.

Motion blurs will be difficult to achieve if you want a large aperture to further isolate your subject because of ISO limitations especially during daytime.
You can work around this limitation by using a polarised filter, as I did.
This made me realise my filter is done and I have to change it but still got me a few stops margin I definitely needed.
Another way is to use exposure compensation but that’s a dangerous one ! During this trip I messed up 2 half days shooting because of exposure compensation and I will later explain why.

For now these are a few tuk tuks shot day time, night time… very difficult exercise in packed asian streets !

#motionblur #tuktuk #photography

MOTION BLUR TUK TUK COLLECTION

MOTION BLUR TUK TUK COLLECTION

MOTION BLUR TUK TUK COLLECTION

MOTION BLUR TUK TUK COLLECTION

MOTION BLUR TUK TUK COLLECTION

MOTION BLUR TUK TUK COLLECTION

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