These photos are for the "Creative Exposure" challenge over at Views Infinitum.
After I took a photography class a couple years ago I got very comfortable with the aperture setting on my camera. Since then I have been slowly getting more comfortable with the shutter speed priority setting. I didn't really notice any good movement opportunities in the last couple of weeks so I tried to get a little creative and I learned a lot. One thing I learned is that choosing your shutter speed to get the amount of movement you want is all relative to the speed of your subject or your background whatever the case may be. In other words there was a lot of trial and error happening for this challenge. For this first shot it was very difficult to hold the camera steady while spinning around, so I thought it turned out pretty well. (We were actually holding hands.)