Blured background fairly sharp bike and rider

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Blured background fairly sharp bike and rider

Uploaded: June 28, 2020


Shot in both shutter priority and Aperture priority. I found that the shutter priority to work better for me and the result was more pleasing a result and easier to work with. I froze the speed at 60 sec and let the aperture flote where ever it would go as the ISO was preset to 800. Even with those numbers I had to change the numbers in drastically in Photoshop to make the whole thing work out in the end as I was running out of time. I hope you all like the result. It was a real learning experiance.


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