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25 Photographs Of Awesome Jumping Moments

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Jumping photos are certainly fun to shoot but they can be somewhat challenging especially if you’re a newbie photographer. That’s why we will share a few tips on how to take amazing jumping photographs along with great examples of such images!

Tips For Great Jumping Photos

1. If you shoot from a lower angle, it will appear as though there is more space between your subject and the ground. Feel free to get down low or squat near the ground.

2. Tell your subjects to relax their faces – when people jump, they tend to tighten their faces which usually doesn’t look good.

3. Always use the continuous burst mode on your camera so that you can take many images and catch the entire jump, from take-off to landing.

4. Use a fast shutter speed to freeze the movement.

5. If you want to take a jumping selfie, use a remote – it’s much easier than running back and forth between your camera and your jumping spot.

Creative Examples Of Jumping Photos

Experiment with various locations and perspectives in order to get truly memorable jumping images, just like the ones below!

Photo by Doran Erickson
Photo by Alex Iby
Photo by Oliver Sjostrom
Photo by Connor Jalbert
Photo by Jeremy Bishop
Photo by Jakob Owens
Photo by Andy Beales
Photo by Steve Halama
Photo by Whereslugo
Photo by Yuliya Kosolapova
Photo by Victoria Borodinova
Photo by Yogendra Singh
Photo by Kaushal Moradiya
Photo by Ricardo Esquivel
Photo by Quang Nguyen Vinh
Photo by The Lazy Artist
Photo by Jacub Gomez
Photo by Filipi Escudine
Photo by Ibrahim Nasouf
Photo by Keith Lobo
Photo by Free-Photos
Photo by Pexels
Photo by Pexels
Photo by Free-Photos
Photo by Aljoscha Laschgari

If you want to learn more about capturing movement in photography, check out the links below!

Further Resources:

  1. How To Freeze Motion And Capture Shots That Pop
  2. Let’s Have Some Fun…With Movement Photography
  3. 3 Free Guides For Capturing The Wonder Of Movement
  4. 5 Tips For Freezing Motion In Photographs
  5. How To Use Shutter Speed Creatively
  6. Mastering Shutter Speed To Capture And Freeze Motion
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Jasenka is a passionate photographer with a background in design. You can find out more about her on her website, see some of her stock images at Shutterstock or get to know her better here.

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