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Motion Blur

The goal of neophyte action photographers is to freeze action, stopping everything in its tracks. Once you learn some reliable ways to accomplish that miracle, it soon becomes evident that people or things frozen in time tend to look a little bit like statues, and not particularly realistic or exciting from an action standpoint. We expect a little blur in our sports photography, especially if the blur of motion is used effectively.

If you know what you’re doing (or even if you don’t), capturing images with just enough blur to make them look alive is not that difficult with either digital or conventional cameras. Among the techniques at your disposal:


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