Feels like summer. It’s getting hot, so time to hop in the pool!

My tip for today is:

Get some action shots. When you take action shots, like where people are in the middle of a movement, make sure that your shutter speed isn’t too slow. A slow shutter speed would be like 1/50 of a second. You want it to be faster than that so that it freezes the action. At 1/50 of a second, the action would be a bit blurred. I have my shutter at 1/400 of a second here and the boys are frozen in the air mid-jump. So play around with your shutter speed and find where people are blurred and where the action is frozen.

Manual camera settings for this image below:
ISO – 320 (outdoor but in full shade)
aperture – F 2.5
shutter speed – 1/400 (higher shutter speed to capture action)
lens – sony Zeiss 35mm 1.4
camera body – sony mirrorless a7III

Manual camera settings for this image below:
ISO – 320 (outdoor but in full shade)
aperture – F 3.2
shutter speed – 1/400 (higher shutter speed to capture action)
lens – sony Zeiss 35mm 1.4
camera body – sony mirrorless a7III

 

 

 

 

 

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