Today I continued experimenting with the Fujifilm FinePix X100 camera. I decided to try purposely blurring an image to produce a sensation of motion. I discussed this phenomenon to some extent at pages 58-59 of Photographer’s Guide to the Fujifilm FinePix X100. There was nothing particularly complicated or tricky about this process; I just set up my eagle figure on a table and set the X100 on a sturdy tripod with a moveable head. After taking one shot of the eagle with no motion (f/16.0, 0.6 second, ISO 200), I took several shots for which I panned the tripod’s head during a similarly long exposure of at least 0.5 second. I set the camera to manual exposure mode and manual focus mode. I turned on the self-timer to a two-second delay so I would have some time to get ready before I had to pan the camera during the exposure. The shots below are in order by increasing speed of the pan, to show greater motion effects. I don’t have any particular conclusion to draw from any of this; it was just a quick experiment to see what the motion blur would look like with several different attempts.