In photography, a moving object is best captured by actually showing motion. This honeybee wind vane at Ilog Maria honeybee farm, for instance. I had to wait until there was sufficient wind to make sure that the honeybee’s wings were rotating fast. A really strong gust lasting at least half a minute would have yielded better results but the wind never cooperated. So, I had to adjust the shutter speed to keep it open for as a long as possible to capture the seconds during which the wings were going round and round.
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