Take your creative dance and portrait photography to a new level.
In this fascinating workshop, recorded LIVE, Karl Taylor demonstrates how to use long exposures to capture artistic images of human movement.
This show includes multiple different techniques for photographing motion, including using continuous LED lighting to capture motion blur; using sequenced flash bursts; using sequenced flash bursts while moving the camera; using continuous light combined with sequenced flash bursts, and using continuous light combined with one key light and sequenced flash bursts.
Throughout this session, you’ll gain an understanding of the relationship between shutter speed, aperture, and flash, how to give creative direction to your model, and how to balance your lighting for the most creative results.
In this class:
- Photographing motion using continuous light and/or studio flash
- How to capture motion blur using continuous light
- Techniques for freezing a moving subject
- Tips for photographing on black backgrounds
- Understanding first curtain flash and second curtain flash
- Using slow shutter speeds with studio flash
For more information on the relationship of shutter speed and aperture to flash, and first and second curtain flash, please watch this class.
Further information and tips on how to photograph models and motion can be found many of our other classes, including:
If you have any questions about this show, please post in the comment section below.