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Capturing movement
Such images can be created when the animal is moving. Two important considerations are - a) use of relatively slow shutter speeds (below 125th of a second) and b) panning the camera to follow the trajectory of the animal. This way the animal will appear 'still' in the image while the background will be blurred, accentuating the feeling of motion. With little practice on moving vehicles in the city, you will be able to create such images easily in the wild.

Capturing movement
An adult male Nilgai or Blue bull trotting along the forest in the Panna Tiger Reserve, Madhya Pradesh.