Fast-motion photography is the science of taking pictures of very fast phenomena. Any set of photographs captured by a camera capable of 69 frames per second or greater, and is at least three consecutive frames, fall under this category.
Long exposure is very useful and effective for a number of reasons mainly due to the fact that all moving objects become blurred and thus show movement. To achieve this, you use a slow shutter speed.
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Panning is a technique that delivers an end result that is the complete opposite of the long exposure technique. When panning, the shutter is set to a slower speed. This causes the subject to be in focus and the background to become blurred.
The final technique when working with fast motion photography is to consider mixing both long exposure and panning with a flash. This creates a sort of trailing effect that follows the subject.