From Clicking to Creating-Slow shutter speed
Have you ever experimented with slow shutter speed photography? I have a little bit here and there, but not very much. I know that low light conditions are the best for slow shutter, or if you are shooting in the day time you need a neutral density filter to compensate for the bright light. Otherwise you just have a bright blown out image.
One evening this bull moose was thrashing the bushes. Since it was late evening, and there was no sun to speak of I knew this would be a good time to get this shot.
For this image, I slowed the shutter down and I did the moving. I wanted an image of the aspens in a more abstract way, and slowing it down helped me get that.
This weeks Dogwood 52 was a weird one. Take a photo that represents a classic novel. I was 100% stumped on this one. In the end, I went the easy route. This image is from the start of the bison roundup, just as they were coming over the first hill.
Where the Wild Things are.
Would you have good ideas for a prompt like that? I would love to hear them.