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27-01-13, 01:04 PM
Join Date: Sep 2009
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Credit to Cole Porter for the image above.
I am trying to photograph in a High Street, I have one single person sitting still, I would like the passing people to to blurred the same as in the image above.
I assumed that I would need to set an appropriate long exposure (I think I used anything between 10 and 30 seconds) and then a matching Fstop to keep the exposure correct. However, when I check my images you can barely see the passing people at all?!?!
Any advice would be greatly appreciated on a possible technique...
I have googled 'long exposure people' & ' how to blur movement' but so far i find mostly milky seas and pretty skies!!
Many thanks in advance.
It's Cole Thompson, I think. Cole Porter was a different genre entirely, but hey, Anything Goes.
With a 15 second exposure, passers by will only register if they stop for a couple of seconds.
You could try reading how the photographer made the image
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