Creating fast moving photos at slow speed.
Photographers are using this technique to take pictures of car or motor races, cars on the street basically anything that goes fast. It results in a picture of ultra fast moving (say) car, blurring the background and focusing on thing only.
This technique is very simple to do, but for getting best results, one must experiment. Having a camera with a slow shutter speed or even Bulb mode, is all you need. The rest is just intuition, settings and movement of your body.
So, set your camera to a slow shutter speed and the proper aperture for this (according to your exposure calculation) preset your focus (is much more simple with Lomography cameras like Diana or Holga). Say you are shooting a race, and you stay on the side lines, or near a turn. Wait for a car to come near you, follow the action with the camera, from left to right or viceversa, depending on your position. This movement of the camera has to be made from the torso without moving your hands, also looking through the viewfinder to follow the car.
I found best to use a slow shutter speed 1/30 on daylight using ISO 100, but that’s my opinion. Also, this depends on your subjects speed. A fast car moving on the track can be exposed and get this effect at about 1/125th.
Flexibility is the word, so you can use almost any camera and any type of film. Experimenting with different times is also necessary.