The wonderful Henry Cotton dancing at the Seattle Dance Photography Workshop. For most of my photographs, I used a slow shutter speed so I could blur the motion, conveying speed. This was a fantastic opportunity to be creative while photographing these beautiful dancers!
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Sometimes you do something stupid, like knock the camera while taking a photo, and it ends up looking kind of cool...this is actually my attempt to re-create the motion blur effect...
@handmadeobject's Mega Man X in action, 😄
Today I did 20 mins of work on street portraits. Light was tough but I found a couple of shots on my way to grab lunch. I’m picking up my new 16mm lens tonight and I’m pumped to get some practice in. #citylife