Photography Tips and Tricks - 38

September 06, 2021  •  Leave a Comment

Are you shooting a very fast animal or bird?   If you are not comfortable with manual mode, then shutter priority is your friend.   Set your shutter speed to at least 1/1000 and at least 3x your focal length.   So, if you have a 600mm lens then start at 1/1800 or 1/2000.  If you have a nifty-fifty, the use 1/1000 as your base starting point.


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