How To Photograph Everything: Working with Fast Moving Subjects
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Ever tried photographing fast-moving subjects? Whether it be pets, people, or wildlife it's important to get the settings right in camera. Tamara Lackey shares some of her tips and techniques for photographing fast-moving subjects.

Tamara spends time photographing agility dogs in an obstacle course and goes through several different shots. Learn the best camera settings and techniques for photographing fast-moving subjects. After the session, she takes you through some quick and easy photo editing in ON1 Photo RAW 2018.5.

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