I’ll be honest, I had no idea what kind of images I wanted to do for motion photography. These were what I came up with.
The first image is of a tree by the river next to Jack In The Box. I wanted to get a picture of the river, but it was snowing too hard, so I got a picture of the snow instead. I took it to Photoshop and edited the brightness/contrast a little and played with the levels tool for the finished product.
Blizzard; 1/14/15; 1:30pm, by Jack In The Box in Rexburg; 43 mm focal length; F/5.6; 1/500; ISO 100; Canon EOS REBEL T4i
For this one, I decided I’d have my roommate throw one of my scarves off the balcony of my apartment. It wasn’t exactly what I was expecting, but it turned out alright. I also edited the contrast, vibrance and levels on this image.
Falling Scarf; 1/14/15; 1 pm, at Colonial House Apartments in Rexburg; 28 mm focal length; F/8; 1/250; ISO 100; Canon EOS REBEL T4i
For this image, I spun a butterfly pendant on a chain and tried to capture it in motion. Part of it is blurry, but I’m not sure you can tell it’s spinning. I edited the vibrance, saturation, contrast, and levels in Photoshop.
Butterfly Pendant; 1/15/15; 4:45 pm, in my apartment; 33 mm focal length; F/4.5; 1/40 ; ISO 200; Canon EOS REBEL T4i
I found inspiration for this image on Google images. I steadied the camera on my windowsill and held the shutter button halfway down so it would focus on the two stationary dice and then dropped one and tried to catch it mid-bounce. I edited the vibrance, saturation, contrast, and levels in this image.
Dice; 1/15/15; 4:30 pm, in my apartment; 50 mm focal length; F/5.6; 1/100 ; ISO 200; Canon EOS REBEL T4i