Tip of the Day – Blind Shooting

Tip of the Day – Blind Shooting

Want to create some dynamic, fun action shots? Try shooting blind! Shooting blind is a term commonly used to refer to shooting with a digital SLR without looking through the viewfinder. It’s especially handy when you want to capture action, since it allows you to move around relatively freely while maintaining a low angle of view. Shooting blind allows you to achieve angles and capture movement and action that simply wouldn’t be physically possible otherwise.

Canon 1D-X, Canon 24-70mm f2.8L @ 24mm, ISO 1000, 1/800 sec, f2.8

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