Static vs. Motion

I used to take alot of static objects but I get tired after seeing too many landscape shots. Taking too many of the same subject is not my STYLE! Looks like I need a large breakthrough!

I used to take a lot of static objects but I get tired easily, especially after seeing too many landscape shots. Taking photos of the same subject over and over is not my STYLE! Looks like I need a breakthrough!

I feel envious when I see other Lomographers’ motion shots. I’ve always wanted to capture motion, such as when one is running, in the rain, when the wind is blowing, etc. But I don’t have much confidence in myself yet. I keep on asking: do I need to use a professional camera for that? Should I learn any special techniques?

But then, I am a huge fan of the “Don’t think! Just shoot!” motto. In this case, I prefer quantity over quality. I’d rather bring my camera everywhere with me and shoot at every opportunity!

written by sarabbit on 2011-06-30 #lifestyle #motion #photography #lomography #don-t-think-just-shoot #static #analogue-lifestyle

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