Ever wish you had a "better camera"?
Do you rely on stock photos or just settle for lesser-quality images because you only have a smartphone?
I'll admit that smartphones have their limitations, but they are not as restricted as you probably think.
Watch this video and you'll be amazed at what you can accomplish with "just your smartphone"!
Do you feel like your photos are good, but they are lacking that certain something to make them great?
And of course, you WANT high-quality photos for your biz, service or blog, right?!
Because you know the importance of great business photos!
High-quality business photos will:
Increase traffic to your website.
Build your brand's identity and authority.
Encourage social sharing.
Create an emotional connection.
Improve SEO optimization.
Improve user experience.
Makes your content more memorable.
Add visual interest to your site.
Increase content retention.
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So you want to capture light streaks or motion blur.
It's the same thing; the only difference is one is typically done during the day and the other at night.
So what goes into making a great photo with motion blur/light streaks?
You'll need your background to look sharp and in focus while the object moving is the only thing blurry.
However, you can't just walk up to a situation and expect to be able snap the photo and be done!
There are a few things you'll need to have and know...
1. You will need a tripod, or sturdy object to rest the camera on. Hand-holding will NOT work.
2. With Android you will need to use the Pro Mode.
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3. With iPhones you will need the app Camera+ (or a similar app...this is not an affiliate link.)
4. You will need to adjust ISO and shutter speed to allow to gather light and allow the motion to be captured.
5. The longer the shutter speed is open the more blur you'll get, but you'll also get more light so as you increase the shutter length you also decrease the ISO.
6. Have FUN!!!
I don't expect that you'll get it correct the first time, so practice, practice, practice!!
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Amy is the owner extraordinaire at Learn Blog Photography and Amy Paris Photography. She's a single mom to an amazing teenage son. She's passionate about photography and skiing (downhill), the faster the better! Sign up for a FREE 30-min call to light up your photos & biz! bit.ly/2udzBXB