Slow Shutter Speed Studio Shoot Shots

So, what do you do when clients are running a bit late? in our case we experiment with shutter speeds in the studio, as you do!

What we did in technical terms is we dragged the shutter, meaning rather than shooting at a nice and fast 1/200 we shot these at 1.3 seconds (ISO 100, f/16) giving Lauren (in most of the shots) time to flick her hair, jump or do a ‘lens pull’ (zooming from maximum zoom of 17mm to 55mm) during the exposure. This creates a sort of false double exposure effect that we think is rather abstract.

We’d love to hear your thoughts in the comment section below!

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