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25 Speedy Images That May Leave You in the Dust

How you photograph a moving subject really depends on two things:

  1. Your intentions (to blur or freeze it)
  2. The lighting conditions (it may be low light)

You could decide to blur the object, adding a sense of motion to your image. Or make a complete abstract.

Diana Robinson

By Diana Robinson

Manfred Majer

By manfred majer

Or you could freeze motion using a fast shutter speed.

René Something Something

By René something something

Chris Chabot

By Chris Chabot

Here are 21 more images that show speed:

CLAUDIA DEA

By CLAUDIA DEA

Jasper Nance

By Jasper Nance

Marc Forrest

By Marc Forrest

Pierre Anquet

By Pierre Anquet

Elvin

By Elvin

Nikos Koutoulas

By Nikos Koutoulas

Curtis John

By Curtis John

Bryce Bradford

By Bryce Bradford

Houman_thebrave

By houman_thebrave

E01

By E01

Damianos  Chronakis

By Damianos Chronakis

Loïc Lagarde

By Loïc Lagarde

Sama093

By sama093

Lena Vasiljeva

By Lena Vasiljeva

SuperCar-RoadTrip.fr

By SuperCar-RoadTrip.fr

Howard Ignatius

By Howard Ignatius

Renato Carvalho

By Renato Carvalho

Photophilde

By photophilde

SuperCar-RoadTrip.fr

By SuperCar-RoadTrip.fr

Stephanie Wallace

By Stephanie Wallace

Greg Heo

By Greg Heo

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Darlene Hildebrandt

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