A Quick Tip On Camera Setting For Wildlife Photography
I decided to share a Camera Setting tip every Monday.
This tip is about wildlife photography and how to use a fast shutter speed to freeze the action by @BrettMichaud, our new instructor.
Wildlife Photography Tip
Wildlife Photography Tip by Brett Michaud
When capturing Wildlife in action, a fast shutter speed is essential to freeze the animal’s motion. For this image, I wasn’t interested in any blur. Fortunately, it was a nice, sunny day, so I could stop down to f/11 for more depth of field and still have a highspeed shutter of 1/64000 of a second.
It’s important to remember that when photographing birds on flying, it is always wise to overexpose your image by a ½ to 1 full stop, so the bright sky in the background won’t darken the bird.
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