I used a long shutter speed to accomplish this set of photos. For most of them I had to sit and rest the camera on my knees so the shot wouldn't be so shaky. Some of the images came out with different effects than I had anticipated; for example, the shot of Maggie whipping her hair around kept her and the blurred out her hair. My favorite shots were the ones with the flickering flames because they worked for both a slow and fast shutter speed.
This set of photos exhibits sharp, in motion activity. The leaf pile pictures are the best because the leaves are so crisp and clear as they fall. Picture 4, where Jordan is running, shows his upper body as clear, but because his legs were moving so quickly, they blurred out with the background. I had to take a lot of pictures to get the right with the fire. The flames have distinct color and shape even though they were flickering. (I was able to capture sparks clearly in one of them!) I used Maggie's hair again for a sharper version. Her hair looks more defined in these pictures as she whipped it back and forth. The last picture, was taken from a very low perspective, and I was able to capture a clear image of Shaela's feet as she walked down the hall.