How to show motion in photos

Capturing Movement - Mini Class

How to show movement in photography | taught by Ingrid Owens

Course description

How to show movement in photography

As beginner photographers we strive for perfectly sharp photos every single time. As we progress and learn new skills, we discover that sometimes blurry can be good. Some times blurry can give a feeling of motion.

In this mini class you will learn how to achieve this effect.

Ingrid Owens
Ingrid Owens

I’ve been involved in the photo industry since my dad opened our shop back home in Monaghan, Ireland in 1989. Yes, you read that correctly - I've been helping people with their cameras since the young age of 16 - 24+ years.

I am obsessed with cameras and photography and it makes me sad that so many people have these awesome pieces of equipment and they don’t know how to use them. That's why I'm here to help you!

My aim is to make your camera less intimidating and to teach you the good stuff that will really make a difference to your pictures. You won’t hear any tech speak or jargon in my classes and if you do you have my full permission to slap my wrists!


Ingrid Owens

email: hello@ingridkellyowens.com