Every month, we will have two special contests: one addressing the technical aspects of photography, the other, the artistic aspects. Each contest is open for two weeks, allowing our users to discuss them in detail before entering.
This month’s technical topic: Stopped Motion
How to achieve it? Using a fast shutter speed will allow you to freeze objects in time. 1/125th of a second will usually do the trick, but sometimes a faster shutter speed is required. It also helps if you have quick reflexes!
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