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How To Take Better Photos in Burst Mode | App 3.8 Update

Today, we’re adding burst mode to our diverse collection of manual controls made to enhance your mobile photography.

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How To Take Better Photos in Burst Mode

Moment Capture App iOS 3.8 Update

It’s an exciting time for iOS users of the Moment Capture App. Today, we’re adding burst mode to our diverse collection of manual controls made to enhance your mobile photography. The best part about the whole thing is there is a FREE 7 DAY TRIAL, which means you get to check out all of our pro features within the app for free for a week. So, if you haven’t downloaded the app yet, what are you waiting for? Take advantage of this free trial.

You’ll be blown away with just how much control you can get with these features when shooting mobile photos and video.

Some of the pro features include:

  • Manual controls over things like shutter speed, iso, white balance
  • Shooting photos in various formats like RAW or TIFF
  • Shooting video in different frame rates and resolutions

Be sure to follow us on Instagram and show off your photos by using the hashtag #ShotOnMoment.

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What is Burst Mode?

Tried shooting action? Have you ever missed a moment when capturing those split-second movements? Try burst mode.

Burst mode is shooting at a continuous high speed. Within burst mode, several photographs are captured in quick succession by either pressing by holding the shutter button down. This feature is mainly used when capturing successive motion, such as sports photography. The photographer can then select the best image of the group or arrange them in a sequence to study the transitions in detail.

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Katie sweeping through.

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Coming through.

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Hold The Shutter Down During the Entire Action

Some great photo opportunities are brief, we get it. Rather than anticipate such action precisely, photographers can start shooting from right before they believe the action will occur, giving a high chance of at least one frame being acceptable. Holding down the shutter release button for the entire sequence of action will ensure success  — because you’ll have a frame per movement available at your leisure!

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Hold down the button.

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And let her rip!

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Visualize Your Final Result

When shooting in Burst Mode, you don’t have all the time in the world to worry about what the shot will look like; it’s FAST moving. Instead, you must do all of your thinking before you take the shot. Visualize your final result, consider proper camera settings, and steadfast a pose for excellent composition before you fire away. When visualizing your final image, (in photography, this is called pre-visualization), start by making important decisions.

Some necessary conclusions are:

  • Blurry or focused image?
  • What focal length do you prefer?
  • What sort of aperture would help achieve your desired look?
  • Freeze everything in a split second or add motion blur?
  • What ISO or shutter speed will orchestrate your final product?
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Hey, hey!!!

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Do It Again… And Again

It takes practice to consistently grab feasible images when using burst mode for the first couple of times. So keep doing it! Just because I mentioned strictly sports photography in this article, doesn’t mean the same rules don’t apply to someone’s hair whipping back and forth or your dog jumping into the pool. What makes the results so fantastic are the precise decisions you make before creating your image… pre-visualizing your result.

Thanks again!

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