Freezing motion is not just about using a fast shutter speed. It’s about timing. It’s about anticipating action and being ready to photograph it. To capture impactful photos that freeze motion, make sure to choose your subjects wisely and get your timing right. This post will help you with tips to freeze motion in your photos and produce shots that pop.
Who among us hasn’t stood somewhere, and watched a boat go by, while thinking to ourselves, Wow! That would make a great picture. Think of the many opportunities available to you as a photographer, no matter what your location is. It could be a tugboat pushing barges down a mighty river, a cruise ship leaving port, a single fisherman in a rowboat on a lake, or perhaps a kayak shooting the rapids in a canyon stream. The possibilities are almost endless.
If you have ever wanted to grab one of those outdoor hero shots of your friends or clients skiing, cycling, climbing etc, then you’ll now how difficult it can be to get the shot that stops people dead in their tracks. The shot that wows them. Let alone the shot that is so good, it […]
Getting your camera into the water doesn’t have to entail purchasing an expensive housing that one might think is necessary. I recently did some research on alternatives to hard casings that would allow you to get your SLR camera into the water. I came across a few different companies offering durable plastic casings that I […]