Dancers in Motion

by Carla DLM 


by Yudhistira Yogasara


The art of photographing dancers with a slow shutter speed in order to capture their movements through motion blur is a well-established technique. Mastering this technique is not easy, but it leads to delightful results when it is correctly implemented. In order to get good results, it is necessary to slow down the shutter speed on camera while the subject is moving over a dark background and with proper light. A proper combination of movement captured on camera, digital edition and the photographer’s creativity will produce images that captivate the observer without doubts.

I particularly enjoy this kind of photography, especially when it combines a lot of movement and subject details. A contradiction I love to implement in my own work.

Here is a selection I found in 1x. All of them have a particular beauty that invites to a second look.

 


by Guillaume Legraverend


 


by Suren Manvelyan

 


by Sabine Hanse

 

 


by Raymond Bridges

  

 


by Dete

 

 


by Malvin Jan Dyb

  


by Andre Arment

 

  


by Antonyus Bunjamin

 

 


by Jay Satriani

  

 


by Erhan Dayi

  

 


by Jacob Jovelou

  

 


by Osher Partovi

  

 


by Mel Brackstone

  

 


by Hamze Dashtrazmi

 

  


by S.C.

  

 


by Priscila Werneck

  

 


by Arik Chernovski

  

 


by Roswitha Schleicher-Schwarz

 

 


by Michael M.

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