As I mentioned in a previous post, I recently attended a Beginner’s Photography Class with McKay Photography Academy. I had a good understanding of how to adjust all of the settings on my camera, but no clue how to put that all together to get a good exposure.
McKay offers an online photography course which I decided to sign up for. It’s only one “assignment” per month, so it’s not a huge commitment, but enough to keep me “honest” and make me practice and keep learning.
Assignment #1 is all about Shutter Speed. I spent a day down by the Inner Harbor here in Baltimore and tried to get some action shots to practice stopping the motion.
This is technically from Assignment #2, Blurring the Action. I think the water almost looks like ice in this picture:
And one last “stopping the motion” picture from our recent trip to the beach: