Maverick530 wrote in post #14335599
my suggestion for next time is to get a Variable ND filter so that you can lower your shutter speed so that there is more motion blur, because it looks like your at like 1/2000th of a second, with that nd filter you can go down to 1/50th of a second to get that nice movie like quality
because i can shoot 1/50th at 60fps..? O.o i don't even know how to construct a response to your post.
adding "motion blur" to a motion picture is not a rule. it creates a cinematic film quality to an image which is absolutely the opposite of what i was trying to accomplish. you can clearly see that these kids are running at speeds of up to 10 miles an hour, with limbs swing at over 40 mph. do you photograph any sports at 1/50th of a second? why would you capture movie clips at 1/50th.?
Arson24 wrote in post #14333591
sorry not sure what you are talking about
midwest arson, a team out of the badlandz.. never mind, i don't think you play for them or i'd know you. was just curious.