Blur passers-by

NPhoto - - The Apprentice -

Once you’ve set a small aper­ture (for max­i­mum depth of field) and a low ISO (to min­imise noise) your shut­ter speed will de­pend how bright the scene is. For Frank’s first Hot Shot, a shut­ter speed of four sec­onds gave a good ex­po­sure, and­was just fast enough to cap­ture pass­ing pedes­tri­ans as blurred shapes. Set­ting a slightly wider aper­ture would have en­abled a faster shut­ter speed, which would have made the fig­ures in the fore­ground a bit more dis­tinct.

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