1) Shoot in a busy area of Dawson
2. Shoot hand held with slow shutter speeds
3. Shoot motion frozen and motion blurred
To freeze the subject, I had to set a high shutter speed and have a wide aperture, to let in as much light as possible. To blur the subject, however, I had to do the opposite: to prevent too much light from getting in and having an overexposed image because of the long shutter speed, I had to have a small aperture opening (f/13).
The first image feels like time is frozen, as if a single, unique instant was captured. The image also feels happy and joyful. In the second image, however, detail is lost, making the image seem ghostly and haunting.