Tuesday, May 4, 2010

Shutter speed experiments


More of shutter speed experiments. My yard's hummingbirds are a great subject for it.

5 comments:

√ A-choo ! said...

This is like photographs who intentionally blur water falling instead of capturing it naturally.

Nobody sees hummingbird wings in detail. It is a blur.

But water, on the other hand, can be stopped, when you look at a section of it and blink. If you just stare at falling water, the water that passes your vision is blurred. Nobody just stops and stares at falling water.

LOL

What you got is a perfect example of somebody trying to make sense out of all the do-dads on a camera.

Leif Hagen said...

Holy cow! You must have a REALLY fast camera! Great capture of the hummingbird!
Hmmmmmmmm

azlaydey said...

What a GREAT photo...I wish I had a camera as good as yours.

Karoliina Urso said...

A-choo you are right... I am trying to get into the nitty gritty details workings of my camera - Got to learn to use it and have fun with it!!

Hood Photo Blog said...

I love this!

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