Shutter Speed & Motion Blur - Taking Portraits On The Street

Shutter Speed & Motion Blur - Taking Portraits On The Street

Today's photography daily dose is about shutter speed and street portraits...

If you're out shooting portraits on the street, whether it's street photography or candids or whatever you need to think about using faster shutter speed. Especially on a day like this where it's nice and sunny out with lots of light.

My go-to setting at the beginning of every shoot is 1/200th of a second. Maybe 1/250th of a second. You can freeze motion get rid of a lot of that motion blur.

Youll take really cool street portraits!



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