Last month I did a post on ghosting in photos. Another way to use long shutter speeds to create fun images is panning. The aim of a panned image is to get the moving object to be clear while the background blurs with the movement. This method can take a lot of time and patience but it is a lot of fun to experiment with.
A while back when I was doing a series of photos on churches I decided to play with the idea of ghosting in images. I had been looking at some books where the photographers had done whole series of mystical images with “ghosts” walking through their images. Continue reading