During this class I asked students to play with effects, created by moving camera on a long shutter speed.
There is no other meaning of this type of photography, as creating some unpredictable abstract results. There are no rules, just suggestions:
- Use shutter speeds longer than 1/30 sec. Try longer ones up to seconds, although you’ll need a darkening filter for your lens to help camera handle the amount of light.
- Experiment with different types of movement: vertical, horizontal, circular, wavy, jerky etc.
- Try different objects and textures in your frame. Even some generic objects can cause interesting color patterns, being guided by camera movement.
Here are my results from this class.