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Taking stop-action shots

Stop-action photography with a fast shutter speed catches motion without blurring. However, sometimes a little blurriness can help convey motion, such as in this image of shorebirds in flight. To get this effect, you would use a slightly slower shutter speed while panning to stay with the flock. This image was taken at 1/320 second.

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