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en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Motion_blur

In such an image, any object moving with respect to the camera will look blurred or smeared along the direction of relative motion. This smearing may occur on an object that is moving or on a static background if the camera is moving. In a film or television image, this looks natural because the ...

truecenterpublishing.com/photopsy/movement.htm

Photoshop's “motion blur” can be varied in strength and direction, which simulates panning when applied to the whole photo and subject movement when applied selectively to the subject. “Radial blur” comes in two flavors: “spin” for rotating sensations and “zoom” for the feeling of pushing in towards the subject, much like ...

digital-photography-school.com/a-beginners-to-capturing-motion-in-your-photography

Other times, you may want to freeze or blur everything. The direction you take depends upon your objective for your photograph. A lot of photographers capture motion simply to convey that an object is moving. But, there are other reasons to so. Movement can communicate mood. Trees rustling in the wind suggest serenity ...

www.picturecorrect.com/tips/motion-and-action-photography-tips

The process of freezing motion and movement is called action photography. ... In other words you want to know how to convey the motion to the viewers. There are two ways of conveying. motion photography. “Sound Barrier” captured by Scott A. ... We can care less about the direction of his leg after the kick has been kicked.

masteringphoto.com/composition-and-movement

Stop Motion: Even though the camera's shutter speed was fast enough to stop the movement of the St. Johns basketball player, the fact that he is in midair conveys movement. The body angle and goal are strong clues as to the direction of that movement. The blur of the Duke defender's hand not only confirms action, but ...

www.outdoorphotographer.com/tips-techniques/photo-tip-of-week/leave-space-for-movement

Nov 1, 2010 ... To avoid compositional tension or over-weighting of one side, frame the image so the subject is placed on the opposite side from the direction of movement or direction of stare. Frame the image so the assumed motion of the subject doesn't collide with the edge of the photograph. The shot of the red tail ...

p.dremer.net/articles/motion-photography-techniques-panning-smearing-freezing

Panning is a photography technique performed through capturing an object in motion while moving the camera in parallel to the object. By moving the camera together with the object, the object remains sharp and the background becomes blurred. The background blur is a result of the motion and is in the opposite direction ...

www.thoughtco.com/direction-design-principle-3470051

The eye usually goes to the largest element on a page first. It may be a large photo or a large headline. Where it moves next is a function of direction in the design. In a good design, the place the eye goes next leads to an important part of the message the page is attempting to deliver. The motion of the first large object on ...

www.lightstalking.com/movement-photography

Jun 10, 2016 ... [fancy_box id=3]FREE BONUS: If you want to take your movement photography to the next level, then download our free Camera Craft Cheat Sheet. It will enable .... The subject remains still, and its direction of movement is indicated by a blur behind the subject, a more natural-seeming and pleasing result.