How to show speed?
Let’s start with some cars racing, these frozen by a fast shutter speed:
…or these, with some blur to denote speed:
Now let’s look at a woman’s frenzied dancing to a musician’s energetic playing, this time I used quite a slow shutter speed:
And of course, I’ve shown this one of fun loving children before, again more speed shown by using a slow shutter speed:
And for my final image, a fleeting glimpse as a woman hurries through Blackfriars tunnel:
Linked to Lens artist’s at Patti’s here
Those last two images are the most interesting, and really convey movement most eloquently.
Thanks Margaret, the last image, taken nearly a decade ago is one of my all time favourites, it just worked so well. And I like ‘eloquent’, much appreciated
Well done, Sue. You showed a good range of examples.
Now I am wondering why a Mini and a Porsche were in the same race. Hardly an equal contest. 🙂
Best wishes, Pete.
Thanks, Pete! The Circuit des Remperts at Angoulème is a Classic car race, and you get quite a mix of vehicles…
I like the photo of the kids playing. Because two of them are almost still, the moving one looks all the faster. Terrific photo!
Yay! Thanks, Elke!
The fiddler image is just wonderful
Many thanks, Scott! Pleased you like it
Fabulous photos Sue 🙂
Many thanks Brian!
Thanks, John….your favourite?
Kids at play. Good combination of ‘still’ and moving.
Love the kids. Happy Saturday, Sue 🤗💗
Thanks Jo, and Happy Saturday for you – still in Leeds?
Meeting friends in Harrogate today. Here till next Wednesday 🤗💗
Especially loved your closing image Sue – very spooky! And you’ve done a really great job of showing movement in your images with stationary figures mixed with blur. Super!
Many thanks, Tina! Pleased you like the last image, enigmatic is how I see it….😊😊
The car photos are so you 😀 😀
Great action collection, Sue. Wow. Your last shot is stunning!
Many thanks, Patti! That last image is one of my all-time favourites,
glad you like it’
Sue…you are soooo good at these. I knew you would use that final image. It is one of my absolute favourites of all my favourites from you!
Yay! Thank you, Ann Christine! One of my own all time favourites