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PHOTO TIP: With the world’s fastest auto-focus, the Sony a6300 mirrorless camera lets you play with lower light. So this holiday you can capture that perfect shot even in fast-motion situations. During your kids’ celebration dance, draw the shades and let the light seep in indirectly. This will give a softer glow to their screaming faces. Talk to an Associate at Best Buy for more tips and enjoy 4K video, built-in Wi-Fi and remote shooting with the Sony a6300 2-lens kit.

PHOTO TIP: With the world’s fastest auto-focus, the Sony a6300 mirrorless camera lets you play with lower light. So this holiday you can capture that perfect shot even in fast-motion situations. During your kids’ celebration dance, draw the shades and let the light seep in indirectly. This will give a softer glow to their screaming faces. Talk to an Associate at Best Buy for more tips and enjoy 4K video, built-in Wi-Fi and remote shooting with the Sony a6300 2-lens kit.

Understanding ISO, Aperture and Shutter Speed. LOVE this tutorial! She explains the balance perfectly!

Understanding ISO, Aperture and Shutter Speed. LOVE this tutorial! She explains the balance perfectly! 60 for the shutter

Even if you didn't enjoy House of Cards, you have to admit the opening credits are really cool. Sweeping clouds, fast-moving traffic and lengthening shadows are the kinds of scenes you can record yourself using Fast Motion on your Samsung Galaxy S®6 edge and Galaxy S®6 camera.To use Fast Motion, tap the

Tips & Tricks: When To Use Fast Motion Video

Even if you didn't enjoy House of Cards, you have to admit the opening credits are really cool. Sweeping clouds, fast-moving traffic and lengthening shadows are the kinds of scenes you can record yourself using Fast Motion on your Samsung Galaxy S®6 edge and Galaxy S®6 camera.To use Fast Motion, tap the

Jack Long uses extremely fast shutter speeds to freeze-frame liquids in motion - Telegraph

Jack Long uses extremely fast shutter speeds to freeze-frame liquids in motion

frozen motion Jack Long uses extremely fast shutter speeds to freeze-frame liquids in motion - Telegraph

High speed photography of a water balloon being popped. just-plain-cool by tamera

Genius, London based Edward Horsford is the photographer who captures different stages of popping water balloons on a high speed camera. So awesome looking!

Door de vage en beweeglijke achtergrond en de heldere voorgrond voelt het bijna alsof je zelf op de fiets zit en voor je kijkt.

"I want to ride my bicycle, I want to ride my bike. I want to ride my bicycle and I want to ride it where I like." Always felt like Queen never really got the fact ' want never gets', poor things.

Short, to-the-point tips about high-speed photography - would like to try something like this before too long!

A tutorial on how to create fun and impressive high-speed photographs like this one!- hey Eriksson Alsabagh- i'm sure you know how to do all this, but if you need a refresher course this might help.

To see how this photograph was created, watch my video: photoextremist.com/highspeed-flash-photography-tutorial-w...

It is incredible what can make a human mind and camera together. It could be an amazing creation. One of these human mind and camera creations are slow motion pictures. Look below 29 amazing slow motion photography.

Bokeh photography: Manually focus everything so the lights in the background are  out of focus, and the subject (if there is one) is in focus. Also keep a small depth-of-field with a small aperture so the background is easily blurred (Av on the top options)

Bokeh photography: Manually focus everything so the lights in the background are out of focus, and the subject (if there is one) is in focus. Also keep a small depth-of-field with a small aperture so the background is easily blurred (motion blur)

David Orias - Waves   “‘The bold colors and painterly feel in many of my wave photographs are mostly the result of early morning light, camera motion and slow shutter speed exposures, in contrast to the more typical front-lit photos and fast shutter speeds seen in many surfing photographs.’

David Orias - Waves “‘The bold colors and painterly feel in many of my wave photographs are mostly the result of early morning light, camera motion and slow shutter speed exposures, in contrast.