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Fundamental Guide to Photograph Moving Objects

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Fundamental Guide to Photograph Moving Objects

In today’s world where everyone is on the go, there are dozens of events to catch and hundreds of moments to capture with your camera. The beauty of contemporary camera technology is that you can snap thousands of pictures and save them forever on a hard drive. Unfortunately, even the best technology doesn’t make every individual a stellar photographer. Plus, with the number of things that can happen in the blink of an eye at a sporting event or while traveling, it is easy to feel unprepared and tragically miss a powerful snapshot if you aren’t mentally and technologically “at the ready.”

Having the skill and know-how to attain wonderful pictures of moving objects is a prized ability many people would love to master. The good news is that you don’t need a bachelor’s degree in photography from an art school to grasp this coveted skill. Below is an infographic from Snap! Paper that breaks down how to photograph moving objects like a pro.

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The infographic will provide you with photography advice that makes capturing moving objects as straightforward as possible. As you read this infographic, you will notice that the art of moving object photography is primarily about pairing your camera’s finer settings as closely as possible to the object being photographed. There are literally hundreds of scenarios you could be using this knowledge in, and practicing your motion photography in as many contexts as possible will bolster your talent like nothing else.

There are three key areas to pay attention to when you’re ready to photograph moving objects:

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1. Shutter speed

The fraction of one second your shutter speed is set at will determine how quickly or slowly objects look like they were moving in real life, when the photo was taken.

2. Type of camera

Your type of camera can alter the final picture quality and what the details look like, such as foreground vs. background clarity.

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3. Daytime or Nighttime

Pictures with lots of background light will look different than those with no background light if proper techniques are not utilized. This infographic gets you started with the basics of lighting preferences.

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HOW TO PHOTOGRAPH A MOVING OBJECT

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