Freeze motion photography is a popular and deceptively simple technique where a photographer using a high shutter speed is able to "freeze" the trajectory of an object moving at a certain speed within a scene, showing a clear and focused snapshot of the action. In order to keep maximum focus, some pre-planning is involved, so do some research and show us what you can do.
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