Flash Photography & Movement: How to Optimize Motion in Your Photos – Free Quick Guide

Flash photography and movement are two things that photographers can find intimidating.

How do I know my flash will not throw dark shadows or cause highlights to blow out?

Will my flash even fire every time?

What can I do to freeze the movement of my subject when the light is low?

These are common questions that have some reasonably straightforward answers.

In this guide, we’ll cover…

  • How to use flash to help optimize motion in photos
  • Why do so, and what you can achieve with the technique
  • How the flash and camera work together, particularly with the shutter speed
  • How to control your flash and set the shutter speed for blurring or freezing your moving subject

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Photo Credit: Kevin Landwer-Johan

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