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Shooting front curtain sync

Shooting front curtain sync: Location Photography: From Research to Post-Production
Shooting front curtain sync: Location Photography: From Research to Post-Production

When shooting a dancer with a slow shutter speed set on your camera, you are photographing fluid movement. How do you keep the liquid-like movement yet expose well to keep the rest of your subject sharp? In this video, author Joe McNally discusses the importance of using front curtain sync to achieve that look.

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Skill Level Intermediate
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Photography Portraits Lighting Photoshop

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