In photography, panning refers to moving the camera horizontally. With a bit of practice, you can achieve some amazing results. For example, the subject of the photo might be crisp and still, but the background is blurred with motion lines. I must admit, this isn’t the most easiest photography technique to master. However, it’s a fun one to do and requires a bit of patience, energy and lots of trial and errors.
Trying to take a good photograph when you lack natural light can be easily solved with a flash and tripod. However, you’re not always going to be carrying a tripod around. And even with a flash, it can wash the subject out, or be pretty much useless. Hopefully, these five simple tips will help you take the perfect photograph in a low light environment without using a flash or tripod.
Here are 25 excellent motion blur photos to get you inspired. Hopefully this collection of photos would get you to think outside the box when it comes to taking a blurry photo. There are different ways to create a motion blur photo. Slower shutter speeds, panning, zooming or simply by just having an unsteady hand.