Photography Tip Number 30 – Continuos Shooting


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All the latest DSLR cameras have some kind of continuos shooting mode. Some faster than others and some that last for a lot more photos than others in a sequence of shots. Here is a simple little tip to get more out of your continuous shooting mode. Instead of shooting in RAW as you might prefer most of the time in your photo shoots, switch the camera photo settings to FINE or JPG. in a lot of cases this will speed up your frames per second for continuous shooting and also allow the camera to take more photos in a sequence before the buffer runs out of memory.

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