Well hello there 2022!
2022 is going to be great, right? Well, we hope yours has started well regardless of what’s going on around the world! Now, there was a suggestion that we mix in, rather than just regular themes, some more technical themes and that those that might be a bit scared at the thought use these themes to learn from others in our Facebook group – a great idea, we’re not called ‘Digital Photography School’ for nothing!
So, our first theme of the year is ‘Slow Shutter’ There are varying definitions of what a ‘slow shutter’ is, but for this weekly challenge we’re going to call it 1/30th of a second and below (Simon, what the heck is Shutter speed? Click Here) which means you need to take a new photograph and that your shutter speed needs to be photographed at 1/30th of a second or slower.
In a massive failure, I’m away for a couple of weeks with my boys on school holidays, when I was half way here I realised I left my camera bag in my office (I also almost put unleaded in my diesel… it was one of those days!) SO I’m having to grab a couple of old photos, both reallllly slow shutter speed shots (4 seconds) of London things.
Incidentally, the first shot had a load of people in the frame, the 4 second exposure got rid of almost all of them! Fun.
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From all of us, Happy New Year, looking forward to seeing your photographs this week!
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