key con­cept shut­ter speeds and ac­tion

What shut­ter speeds do you need for mov­ing sub­jects?

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There are two ways to shoot a mov­ing sub­ject: first, you can freeze them en­tirely us­ing a high shut­ter speed. Al­ter­na­tively, you can fol­low them in the viewfinder with a slower speed so that they re­main sharp but the back­ground is blurred.

The dis­tance and speed of your sub­ject are the cru­cial fac­tors, so it’s im­pos­si­ble to be ex­act about the shut­ter speeds you need, so these are sim­ply guide­lines.

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