High Speed Photography is the art of taking a picture of something in motion. This type of photography is beneficial when trying to catch a shot you can’t see with the naked eye. One crucial step in achieving the freeze frame action in High Speed Photography is to make sure you have a fast shutter speed. After you configure your shutter speed, you can choose which setting is more important; Aperture, or ISO. If you want a shallow depth of field you keep your f-number low. Doing this, you will then have to change ISO to make your exposure line zero or as close to as possible. After all this is done you can take a freeze frame photo. PictureCorrect also gives more details on two methods for timed High Speed Photography, check it out here.
By: Willie Brown