Freeze a motion provides you an attractive visual content. To do this; you should find optimum shutter speed. Don’t forget that direction of the movement, speed of the action and the lens used change your result.
Motion can be photograph either sharp or blurred. Using fast shutter speed results with free the motion of a object. On the other hand, you can use a slow shutter speed to blur the motion. When you chose motion sharpness that means your choice gives less depth of field because of the larger aperture. In other words, your background usually will be out of focus with fast shutter speed.
In Tim Ellrich’s film called “The Bathtub”(2015), there is an ingrained frozen moment in the middle of the story. The photograph that will make the mother happy holding the story altogether, like a glue. During 12’5 minutes, three men are struggling for making the moment, which has captured in their childhood, alive again.
There is a must in order to take this photo: to be the kid again, at least for a moment, eluding all the acquired adjectives, entering into a bathtub.
Besides the intelligent allegory, the film is also delightful in terms of cinematography. Worth to watch.
Without doubts, the ability of instant sharing is a bloom in media history. It allows people to express themselves and their environment in a very organic and spontaneous way. The synchronisation of the real-time activity and its digital representation make the process more attractive and artistic. Rather than designing the order, the opportunity to go spontaneously give people to be more expressive.
There are types of instant photo sharing as I experienced. I can call one type as an impulsive sharing that is used for expressing surprised, shocked. This way is based on proof presenting.
The other type is showing the experience, environment or a subject that is attractive, interesting or engaging to your story.
Another type is showing yourself in the experience.