Music and Movement – another take

I am enjoying slow shutter-speed work at present, and I thought I had posted these already, but it seems not…. Some dancers getting into the swing of things in the Tatra mountain region:

There ia a limit to what I can achieve, as I almost never use a tripod. So the balance has to be between getting the stationary aspects within the frame sharp, and the desired amount of motion blur for the moving elements!

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14 comments

  1. Love the second one particularly, and your technical daring!

    • Sue

      Yippee! I’ve lost a lot of daring, but at least the technical is still there at times! I was pleased with the way it came out

  2. The swirling skirt was captured so well. Your slow-speed stuff is working out very nicely, Sue.
    Best wishes, Pete.

  3. The blur to indicate motion in your photos makes the dance come alive, Sue. I’d wish I could hear the music.

  4. I like using slow shutter speed, it gets good effects. Your pictures are great!

  5. I especially love the bouncy smeary bottom-photo people–

  6. Great photos! Love the way you have captured the motion.

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