How do you go about capturing fast action when you’re shooting? Do you typically try to freeze action with your camera? Me, too… that is, until I discovered a technique called PANNING. Panning is the act of moving your camera at the same speed of a moving object in order to freeze the subject while showing intense movement in the background. It will take practice, but that along with a couple simple shifts of your settings and you can make it happen.
Have you heard the terms “crop sensor” or “full-frame”? Are you feeling a little in the dark about what they mean?
, you may already be rocking leading lines without even trying! For some artists, using these lines is intuitive. But no worries – you can easily learn how to use them in your photography.
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