My main creative outlet has most often been video. It’s in my job title at Stevenson University “Videographer/Editor”. But I also do a great deal of photography. I have done some limited long shutter experiments in the past. If you want to see a shoot I did to experiment take a look at this album of work done at a Art Gallery opening at Stevenson called Landscape and Memory.
Tonight, I played around with some long shutter (or slow shutter) exposures with my family so I thought I’d share a few photos. They’re just fun. I’m trying to keep up the creativity. I’d love to see some of your slow shutter experiments if you want to share a link in the comment section below. Enjoy!
My Daughter spinning in the center left and I’m doing some fun swirls around her.
Doing vertical zig zags and stuff. Looks like it’s a stage with the reflection on the carpet.
My wife spelling out our daughter’s name with the flashlight.
My wife doing the same thing with our son’s name.
Shining a flashlight on my daughter while making arches over her head.
Doing the same arches with vertical zig zags along the carpet.
Fun evening activity with the kids if anything else. I had my shutter exposure set to 15 seconds with and ISO of 250 and an f-stop of 11 on my Canon 60D. Let me know if you have any questions or suggestions in the comment section below. Thanks for reading!