Motion occurs in an image when the image appears to have movement, it can come from the shapes, lines and curves used.There are two ways of showing motion in photography.
One way is stop action: you take the photo so quickly (have such a fast shutter speed) that you freeze the subject. This sometimes shows fractions of seconds that pass by so quickly we can't see them without a camera.
The second way is to take the photo so slowly that you see the motion in the photo. You can either pan, which means moving the camera with your subject so your subject remains somewhat in focus, or keep your camera still, so that anything moving shows up with some degree of blur. This also creates images that the people there wouldn't see normally, since our brains process information more quickly than that.
In this lens, I'll take you through the creation of some photos I took to show motion, so you get an idea of how it works.
Then you can get out and take your own pictures. It's a lot of fun to experiment with different photography techniques!
Demonstrate an understanding of the principle of motion by creating a small concentration. Submit between 3-10 photos showing Motion using 3 ways of demonstrating movement( one with motion blur, one that uses ghosting and one that shows motion but it is clear.). You must show your ability to ghost in Photoshop in at least one photo.