A motion blur is caused when the subject moves too rapidly to be captured by the camera. The blur is often represented in the form of streaks along the direction of the movement. It usually happens when the results being recorded changes during the recording of a single frame. There are two reasons for it, either it is because of the rapid movement of the subject or because of the long exposure. Long exposure is a setting when your camera shutter is open for a longer duration.
If you were never able to achieve the motion-blur effect in your pictures, apply the formula to achieve desired results.
1. Use a slow shutter speed. The shutter speed depends largely on the speed of your subject's movement. It varies from situation to situation.
2. Your camera has to be super steady to capture motion-blur. Use a tripod to ensure this.
3. Shoot in shutter priority mode. Shutter Priority Mode is a mode that allows you to set your shutter speed and where the camera automatically chooses other settings (like Aperture) to ensure the shot is well exposed.
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