September 25, 2010


Magnificent Motion Blur Photography

Motion Blur Photography adds excitement to a photograph and represents moving subject matter in a better way than a frozen image. If you want to photograph a moving car you may want to try a panning action rather than simply point and shoot, this will blur the background while keeping the car in crisp focus.

I encourage you to explore this technique further and have fun viewing more by clicking on any photograph below!

whirling people machine

in a hurry

Zoom... (Explored 1st July # 10)


I'm flying man, I'm actually flying!

time machine

Zipping Through Tokyo

Ghost train

Alex the Formula One Golden Retriever

like a record...

Metro Woman

J i u u u i i !

Motion Blur Frozen

V i i r u i s a

You Spin Me Right 'Round

Herbstkirmes 06 / flickrmeeting

#03 from [fire::] or stroboscope un


The Swing Carousel


The Green Wheel at Roskilde Festival 2009

Deeper Underground


color :: shape :: motion

The Seattle Wheel

Whhhhhiiiiiieeeeeeehhh... went fast forward

Self Portrait @ high speed

Racing Mini

Motion Blur Surfing shots

The Great Indian Traveller - Richksaw

Coast Guard Speed Boat at 1/15"

Fiat  500 Pan

Firetruck action

Marathon de Paris 2010

Golden Zephyr

power overhead #2

Whirling Dervish

Its a stick!

Train blur

Jumping to Lightspeed

subaru impreza marina rig 2010


Underground Racing

aguarde antes da faixa amarela....

Paris - Fast

The Flying Zebra

Independence Day?

Please Stand Back from the Yellow Line

Light Speed Rail

Ghost Train

Lazy Saturday


Oooooops!  Wrong Holiday


blurrred !!


The Train Arriving on Platform ....

If you’d like to know more about this Motion Blur technique or want more inspiration please follow this link:

Panning Photography Technique Tutorial

Thank you to all the photographers that allow their photographs to be freely shared!

All Photographs shown here are © Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike!

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  1. Sep 25 2010

    Excellent photographs

  2. Oct 2 2010



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