Capturing motion blur in photography intrigues me. Long exposure, feels like I am "loosening the reigns" and allowing the subject to be "co-creator" of the image-with less control over the final results.
Sometimes the resulting captures can astound, and sometimes they are a mess.
But either way it adds an element of surprise to the outcome, and are very fun to experiment with.
After the above picture, I decided to try some motion blur using live composite on my omd. This is my first attempt at experimenting with it.
They are taken in darkness with limited light and camera continues to take exposures and make composite image until the shutter button is released again.
These are no works of art, but it is good practice to get comfortable with using this mode in darkness, as I plan to use it for night photography this summer.
This is my wonderful friend Mr. Mojo- a Bengal Cat.
He offered to be my subject for this experiment.
This above picture is the same cat, more exposures. It's a mess.
So, I guess M is for Motion, Mr. Mojo, and MESS!