Motion blur photography can be interesting and fun; you never quite know exactly what you will end up with and that lends itself to all sorts of creativity. It’s recommended that when using such long shutter speeds in order to get the best out of the image you should use a tripod or at least something like a wall to steady the camera on. In this case I had neither so I did what I could which was brace my elbows firmly against my sides and I think I might have been leaning against a sign or something. I didn’t want to go for too long of a shutter speed because I knew I couldn’t hold still that long. In this image I set the shutter speed to 1/5 of second, inhaled, exhaled and took the shot.
The hustle and bustle that is New York’s Time Square at night.