L1M2AP3- Aperture Priority Motion Blur- This shot is handheld, however I did use a slower shutter speed and it appeared to work for me! In my example of motion blur I captured the tail lights of a car driving around a round-a-bout near KFC. Cropped in Light room Nikon D5500 .62sec f/4.2 ISO-200
L1M2AP2: Very slow shutter speed for a blurred object in motion amongst a sharp background. Nikon D7000 with 18-55mm lens. Shutter speed priority mode; f/3.5, 1 sec exposure time. No flash, ISO 200, 27mm focal length. Shot using a tripod with shutter remote.
L1M2AP3 - Example of Patterns in Nature. F10 1/500 ISO 400. Tried this in Shutter priority mode with slow shutter speed as suggested to capture fine detail but the day was too windy and there was too much motion blur. Then tried aperture priority F10 as i wanted some of the detail from the table remain in focus.
L1M2AP2 Task No 2 - Semi - Auto Shutter speed priority - ISO 200, F6.3, 1/500, 18mm, WB-Auto, Tripod. Late morning. The short shutter speed has captured me frozen motion. Post processing - Lightroom cropping, and image enhancement via slight modifications of the basic elements and vignetting.
I liked the vine repetition and tried experimenting with cool colours here too. Small depth of field with the 50mm lens created some great effects with the blurred leaves depending on distance. v. patterns: Find a recurring pattern in nature, eg repeating vines hanging from a tree. Use a tripod and Tv slow shutter speed to capture fine details. Try the same with Av and high f-stop (eg f/22).