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Photography Tips of the Week: Capturing Frozen Motion

Capturing Couture Tips of the Week: 

At Capturing Couture, we love to showcase some of our photography customer's tips and talents. Among one of our loyal customers, Stephanie Adriana, at www.capturingtrueemotion.com does a fabulous job detailing how to capture motion and make it look frozen. 

 

Here are a few of Stephanie's go-to Tips to capture motion and make it look frozen: 

1. Large aperture = fast shutter speed. 

2. Start off with a relatively low ISO 100-400 depending on lighting condition (Bright sun = ISO 100; Shade, Early Morning, Late Afternoon, Fast Action = ISO 400+). 

3. Next, select a large aperture, f 2.8, f 4.0 or f 5.6 and then, while shooting, maintain a fast shutter by making sure to keep an eye on shutter speed and never lettering it get slower than 1/500th of a second. 

 

 

Try it.....Enter to WIN A CAMERA STRAP! Post your best frozen motion photography on our Capturing Couture Facebook page or post on Instagram with the tag @capturingcouture and #capturingcouture #bestphoto and enter to win a camera strap! The photo contest will run through March 20th, 2014. Stephanie Adriana, at www.capturingtrueemotion.com will be judging the photo contest. https://www.facebook.com/CapturingTrueEmotion

So don't forget to post your best Frozen in Motion photos ASAP to win your camera strap!