By using the lines of the tracks, we were able to create a depth of field unique to any other photo. You can use these lines to lead your eyes to the main part of the image.
Shutter Speed 1/250 sec
Quick Tip: Have a friend tag along and move the car for you. Not only does this save time from getting in and out of the car, but it also allows you to position the car into the perfect spot for the photo.
No more trial and error!
Nothing beats getting a well-timed photo. This was during the migration of thousands of white birds in the middle of March.
March 11, 2019 at 7:39:17 PM to be exact.
Shutter Speed 1/160 sec
Quick Tip: shooting at higher shutter speeds will give you clear shots of moving objects. I would recommend starting at 1/500 and moving up to 1/1000 for faster objects. Anything below 1/250 and you will start getting motion blur.
Timing is key to capture these hazard lights in between flashes.
Shutter Speed 1/400 sec
Quick Tip: To keep your object clear and background blurred, use a low f-stop. This will also lighten up your photo because it keeps the diameter of the lens as wide as possible.