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Photography Tips: The Zooming Photography Technique

Posted by oneslidephotogaraphy On March - 25 - 2017

Zooming Photography Technique

Zooming Photography Technique



Zooming is a photography technique that gives the impression of motion in the pictures by changing the focal length of the lens.

Adjustments of focal lengths can only be done in zoom lenses. The zoom lens is a lens that has a range of adjustable focal lengths; such as the 18-55 mm, 16-35 mm, and 70-200 mm.

To achieve the impression of motion, you have to use a shutter speed of 1/30 seconds or less. High shutter speeds will result in a freezed photograph.

If your hands aren’t stable enough in holding the camera, use a tripod to get maximum results.

Here are the steps to applying the zooming technique:

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