Capturing Action & Motion in Photography

When trying to capture action and motion in a photo, you have to have a fast shutter speed. Depending on what you’re trying to capture differs the shutter speed. If you’re trying to get someone playing soccer then a shutter speed of 1/250th of a second is good but for other things you may need to make it faster.

If you’re trying to take a photo that shows the motion then a slower shutter speed is ideal. If you’re getting a picture of a sport that is played outside, then consider using manual exposure mode.

In sports photography, burst mode is very useful when you’re not very sure what you’re trying to capture but you’re just trying to get something. Burst mode does take up a lot of storage though.

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