31 July, 2013

How to capture airborne subjects in a flash

To be a true travel snapper and capture stunning fast moving images with ease like this one taken in Kinshasa, DRC, set your shutter speed to at least 250th of a second, pick your moment, and simply go snap crazy. The delete button is your friend and the more images you take the closer you will get to that one perfectly framed shot. Trying to convince wild animals to jump according to your directions might be challenging, but don’t be afraid to ask your human subjects to jump again, and again, and again… To add a dash of “unexpected” magic, look out for reflections! Camera Settings: ISO: 800, Shutter Speed: 1000th, Aperture: F5.6, Lens: 24mm.

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