I didn’t have time to bust out my DSLR this past week. So I dug in my photography archives and found two of my favorite shots that capture “MOVEMENT.”
These photos are circa 2009. The first is my daughter throwing snowballs at her dad. The second is my other daughter running towards me during a parade. I love how you could see their happy moves in the photos. Their smiles and the action I caught on camera are unforgettable to me.
There is a big difference in the ISO settings of the two – 100 vs 320, but they both captured movement without blurring. I thought ISO was important for capturing action? Why did they both work? Can someone tell me a little something about it please?