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Using a Slow Shutter Speed for Fun Drag and Blur Effect | Rangefinder

The much anticipated “first dance” vibe was totally buzzing at Holly and Baton’s wedding that took place at Searcys at The Gherkin in London.

“Guests knew the newlyweds would make a suitable entrance,” says UK wedding photographer Paulo Santos. “They had a fully choreographed dance routine planned, and the fun entrance was only the start. I wanted to capture the very first images to include movement, emphasizing the lively mood with a drag and blur effect.”

Santos used on-camera flash to “freeze facial expressions and stance while a slow shutter speed allowed me to drag and blur out their surroundings.” The image, Santos adds, didn’t benefit from color, so he went black and white.

(Photographed with a Nikon D750 and Nikon 24-70mm lens at f/3.2 at 1/40 of a second and an on-camera speed light.

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