walking past / slow shutter speed / movement / people / strangers / blurred / ghost

walking past / slow shutter speed / movement / people / strangers / blurred / ghost

I like the models pose in this photo and the amount of people that I captured walking. However I don't like the background where the pictures of h7m models are in the shot. I will edit this out if I use it for my final image.

I like the models pose in this photo and the amount of people that I captured walking. I will edit this out if I use it for my final image.

I really like this image because of how natural the models pose is. Even though it is clear to see that it is slightly staged, I think that it works well as it still looks like she is part of the crowd. Although the model is marginally blurred, I can use the sharp tool in Photoshop.

I really like this image because of how natural the models pose is. Even though it is clear to see that it is slightly staged, I think that it works well as it still looks like she is part of the crowd. Although the model is marginally blurred, I can use the sharp tool in Photoshop.

I think that this photo would look better if the people were facing the camera and walking towards it. Also the model looks quite staged.

I think that this photo would look better if the people were facing the camera and walking towards it. Also the model looks quite staged.

I'm really pleased with how this it came out. I feel like I captured the people in the background really well, as you can only just see their faces. I like the composition of the photograph also because the way that her eyes are looking, is the same direction that the people are walking to. I analysed this photo using the rule of thirds but found that it didn't really work. The only quire that works is the top left square, and the four points in the middle.

I'm really pleased with how this it came out. I feel like I captured the people in the background really well, as you can only just see their faces. I like the composition of the photograph also because the way that her eyes are looking, is the same direction that the people are walking to. I analysed this photo using the rule of thirds but found that it didn't really work. The only quire that works is the top left square, and the four points in the middle.

I also think that this is a really strong photograph of mine, taken in Oxford street. I will most likely edit the McDonalds sign to make the photo look more neutral. This photo also looks good in black and white. I really like the background of this image because of the amount of people in the shot, and I like the fact that they aren't too close to the camera.

I also think that this is a really strong photograph of mine, taken in Oxford street. I will most likely edit the McDonalds sign to make the photo look more neutral. This photo also looks good in black and white. I really like the background of this image because of the amount of people in the shot, and I like the fact that they aren't too close to the camera.

I think that the close up shots / mid close ups don't come out as well as long shots. The reason I think this is because they look staged and the model doesn't look like she is part of the crowd.

I think that the close up shots / mid close ups don't come out as well as long shots. The reason I think this is because they look staged and the model doesn't look like she is part of the crowd.

I think that the people in the middle of the shot have come out really well.

I think that the people in the middle of the shot have come out really well.

This photo didn't work as well as the others, i think this because of where the model is standing. Also I hoped that the people walking in the background would be in all of the shot, but in this they are in just one side of the model. However, to improve on this I could crop the photo so that the left side isn't there anymore.

This photo didn't work as well as the others, i think this because of where the model is standing. Also I hoped that the people walking in the background would be in all of the shot, but in this they are in just one side of the model. However, to improve on this I could crop the photo so that the left side isn't there anymore.

I think that this could be one of the strongest photos that I have taken for slow shutter. I feel that I captured the movement of the people well as the faces aren't clear, and the model looks natural as she isn't looking at the camera and looks like she is waiting for someone.

I think that this could be one of the strongest photos that I have taken for slow shutter. I feel that I captured the movement of the people well as the faces aren't clear, and the model looks natural as she isn't looking at the camera and looks like she is waiting for someone.

The point that I was trying to get across in this photo didn't come out as well as i hoped, however I still really like it as it isn't clear which is sort of what I was trying to portray.

The point that I was trying to get across in this photo didn't come out as well as i hoped, however I still really like it as it isn't clear which is sort of what I was trying to portray.

On the tripod, I zoomed in so that I could capture the model clearly. I like this photograph as you can still see the features on the person that is walking past, face. I think that the slow shutter speed captured the people in this shot well as they look distorted.

On the tripod, I zoomed in so that I could capture the model clearly. I like this photograph as you can still see the features on the person that is walking past, face. I think that the slow shutter speed captured the people in this shot well as they look distorted.

On the tripod, I zoomed in so that I could capture the model clearly. I like this photograph as you can still see the features on the person that is walking past, face. I think that the slow shutter speed captured the people in this shot well as they look distorted.

On the tripod, I zoomed in so that I could capture the model clearly. I like this photograph as you can still see the features on the person that is walking past, face. I think that the slow shutter speed captured the people in this shot well as they look distorted.

Using slow shutter speed for the theme 'strangers' makes them seem like ghosts. The ISO on this particular shot was on AUTO so for my next photos I changed it to 100, so that it would improve the lighting.

Using slow shutter speed for the theme 'strangers' makes them seem like ghosts. The ISO on this particular shot was on AUTO so for my next photos I changed it to so that it would improve the lighting.

I used the clone and stamp tool to make the models hair cover all of her face. The reason I used the hair is because it is more natural and slightly more realistic.

I used the clone and stamp tool to make the models hair cover all of her face. The reason I used the hair is because it is more natural and slightly more realistic.

I used triangles so that it would look dissimilar to the artist that i found on Instagram. I think that they work well as it draws you in to the face especially, and question why the shapes are there. It also makes you wonder who the person is behind the triangles.

I like this image because I captured the model laughing, whilst not looking at the camera.

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