Dear Bloggers / Photographers,
Another technique that I have been learning about this week has been burst zoom photography. This type of photography is simple in that it can be used with any DSLR camera. The result creates a colourful, blurred effect for the photo that brings attention directly to the subject and enhances colour.
How it works is that the shutter speed must be set to a slow setting, so the aperture must be raised to avoid overexposed shots. While the photo is being taken, the photographer can zoom out – in or in – out towards the subject. To create a whirly effect, the photographer can also turn the camera with the right hand while the zoom is zoomed simultaneously.
These are a few of the examples that I took:
What do you think?
Olivia, writing (and photographing) on a whim…