Incorporating movement in a photograph can bring an image to life, emphasizing a shower of falling leaves or a bird's flight. You'll experiment with leaving your camera shutter open longer to capture motion, and learn how the amount of light in your environment affects your decision. We'll look at a variety of images for inspiration, before going into the Thain Family Forest to capture the movement of our waterfall. Please bring a tripod and a camera that allows you to manually adjust your shutter speed. We'll also discuss apps you can use on your smartphone for this.
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