How To Freeze Motion When Photographing Moving Subjects | B&H Event Space

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It can be tricky to capture motion when photographing moving subjects. In this photography tutorial, Sony Artisan Tony Gale will discuss camera settings, flash duration, high speed sync, lighting, and his lens choices.

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I was photographing a night time college baseball game with my Canon A-1, loaded with ISO 3200 film, with my 80-205 f4.5 lens. Rather than shooting shutter priority (Tv), I switched to aperture priority (Av) and let the camera decide what shutter speed to use. With film, there is no auto ISO feature. But everything is digital today.

Thanks for the comment Ralph! Always glad to see you in the comments.

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